Learn About Compliance as a Service (CaaS)
The quadrant slide above shows the goals we’re striving to achieve with our Compliance as a Service business. We will create similar slides for every function within our organization. With our CaaS system, we hope to help people in business learn more about how non-compliance with rules and regulations can elevate risk levels. Our case studies show profile that failed to make good decisions at the right time. As a result, they faced investigations, and in many cases, they faced prosecution.
CaaS Case Studies
This slide shows the methodical process we use to build our database of case studies. Members of our premium program earn certificates that are personally identifiable, and we serve as a third-party authenticator for compliance training. We also offer the case studies to anyone, hoping that through this effor, we’ll help more non-criminogenic people avoid the complexity and costs of government investigations.
CaaS Case Study Production
This slide shows the many roles and responsibilities in the development of our CaaS program. We start with talented writers. Follow with a series of quality control checks. Our talented technology team then loads into our web-based platform. We record audio/video files for people that want to consumer the content while driving or exercising. Then, we complete the project with a marketing and sales initiative.
Organizational Chart Responsibilities
Every member of our team plays an integral role in the development of our company. We use these organizational charts to show personal levels of accountabilty.
CaaS Process Flow
The slide above demonstrates the many steps in the process of building the CaaS function within our company. Every business should use visual slides to protect against accusations of wrongdoing. Show the commitment to compliance, and advance prospects of qualifying for leniency—or deferred prosecution agreements in the event that something goes wrong.
CaaS Customer Experience Swim Chart
By using Swim Charts, team leaders develop a better understanding of the functional flow. We rely upon Swim Charts for staff training, but also as a quality-control technique.
Our CaaS program represents a start to compliance. But it’s only a start. Business leaders that make a commitment to compliance will define every functional aspect of the organization. They will create workflows in a visual format, as we’re showing here. They will develop policies and procedures, updating them regularly, as we show in our training page. Through transparency and assessments, business go a long way toward demonstrating their commitment to good corporate citizenship.
With a bigger government, many agencies will watch how businesses operate. Prudent leaders will advance with a commitment to excellence and transparency. Such efforts will go far toward lowering vulnerabilities to risk from government investigation, or charges for white-collar crime.