Revolutionize Policy Compliance with Krista Policy Assistant
Drowning in Policy Requests
HR, Compliance, and business process professionals are constantly inundated with requests for policy adherence, violations, incident reports, and guidance on procedures. Managing these requests is time-consuming, resource intensive, and can lead to frustration for both process owners and employees alike. With a growing number of policies and regulations to keep up with, process owners are struggling to provide prompt and accurate responses, leading to potential risks and non-compliance issues.
"Krista’s sweet spot is where multiple people and system capabilities must be orchestrated to perform a valuable business outcome, especially where changes to the process are frequent and machine learning could be applied to optimize the process."
Tom Reuner, HFS Research
The Overwhelming Burden of Compliance
As the number of requests piles up, HR, Compliance, and business process owners find themselves stretched thin. Searching for answers in outdated knowledge bases, policy portals, SharePoint sites, and GRC tools only adds to the chaos. These tools return numerous results, forcing users to sift through them to find the relevant information. This inefficient process wastes precious time, decreases productivity, and increases the risk of incorrect or outdated information being used, exposing the organization to regulatory penalties and reputational damage.
Krista Policy Assistant: Your AI-Powered Compliance Ally
Krista Policy Assistant alleviates the burdens on HR, Compliance, and business process owners. Krista is a configurable, conversational AI-powered policy and procedure assistant that engages with employees and third parties, answering their questions about policies and procedures and guiding them through the entire remediation process. Unlike traditional tools, Krista understands users’ questions and provides precise answers, and next-best actions eliminating the need to engage overburdened professionals.
With Krista Policy Assistant, you can streamline policy compliance, improve employee engagement, and minimize risks. Say goodbye to the days of endless searches and unmanageable request volumes, and embrace the future of compliance with Krista.
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