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360factors Receives 2014 GRC Technology Innovation Award by Independent Analyst Firm GRC 20/20

360factors Empowers Organizations to Stay Current in the Midst of Change. Third annual awards program recognizes game-changing technologies likely to impact the GRC market.

AUSTIN, Texas, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- 360factors, a leading provider of Regulatory Change Management solutions, today announced that Predict360 has been honored with a 2014 GRC Technology Innovation Award by independent GRC analyst firm GRC 20/20. The third annual GRC Technology Innovation Awards recognizes technologies that are revolutionizing the Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) market. Fifteen technologies were selected out of 62 applicants after being carefully evaluated for their innovation.

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Award recipients will be written up and acknowledged in the GRC 20/20 blog.

Over the years GRC technology has evolved and changed. The GRC Technology Innovation Awards process for 2014 recognizes this evolution and represented the most competitive pool of applicants to date. GRC 20/20 closely evaluated all of the written nominations and selected 15 recipients to receive this honor. Some of these recognitions go to established solution providers — others go to up-and-comers. Some have mature offerings, others are still being polished — but all are advancing GRC into new areas. The current award recipients show thought leadership that take GRC in new directions.

"360factors has demonstrated innovation in GRC with its product for Regulatory Change Management", said Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit for GRC 20/20 and internationally recognized expert. "There were many deserving applicants and I am excited to see this overall level of innovation driving the industry forward. The awards were given to those technologies that are delivering something truly unique, game-changing, and revolutionary and are most likely to impact the GRC space over the next year."

"The increased complexity and pace of regulatory changes over the past few years has subsequently increased risk.  This makes regulatory change management an even more important topic for organizations.  360factors, is proud to have developed a disruptive and innovative Regulatory Change Management Software that can help eliminate complexity and reduce risk." – Ed Sattar, 360factors CEO

About 360factors

360factors is a wholly owned subsidiary of 360training.com and is home to enterprise regulatory change management cloud based software solutions which empower our clients to take control of regulatory changes through integration of compliance tools, content, expert advisory and training to achieve continuous compliance. Our full-service regulatory change management platform includes the unique risk based approach to audit management, incident management, case management, policy & procedures management, competency management tools, risk management tools, industry specific regulatory expert advice with our time-tested learning management system and extensive library of more than 6,000 regulatory compliance courses to deliver an unparalleled solution for handling Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) issues. Visit 360factors at http://www.360factors.com/ and follow on Twitter @360factors.

About GRC 20/20

GRC 20/20 is the authority in understanding how organizations implement GRC practices that are effective, efficient and agile. Through independent research and industry interaction, GRC 20/20 advises the entire ecosystem of GRC roles within organizations, technology and knowledge solution providers, and professional service firms. Organizations engage GRC 20/20 when they need insight, guidance and advice in dealing with a dizzying array of disruptive issues, challenges, processes, information and technologies while trying to maintain control of a distributed and dynamic business environment. Visit GRC 20/20 at http://www.grc2020.com/ and follow on Twitter at @GRCPundit.

Media Contact: Zafar Ahmed, 360factors, 1-512-212-3181, [email protected]

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