Governance Risk & Compliance

Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) is a structured way to align IT with business goals while managing risks and meeting all industry and government regulations. It includes tools and processes to unify an organization's governance and risk management with its technological innovation and adoption. Companies use GRC to achieve organizational goals reliably, remove uncertainty, and meet compliance requirements.

Quality Assurance

We ensure that the final product observes the company's quality standards. In general, these detail-oriented professionals are responsible for the development and implementation of inspection activities, the detection and resolution of problems, and the delivery of satisfactory outcomes.

GS Technology focuses on improving the software development process and making it efficient and effective as per the quality standards defined for software products. Quality Assurance is popularly known as QA Testing.

Quality Assurance is a multi-disciplinary approach to achieving long-term success through customer satisfaction with a product or service. It ensures that all the activities necessary to design, develop, and implement a product or service are potent with respect to the system and its performance and how it meets requirements.

Software quality assurance (SQA) is the process of monitoring the Quality of software as it is being developed or maintained. Quality assurance in information technology often bounds the entire development process, which includes processes such as standards compliance; requirement, design and code reviews; software inspections; testing; and management processes such as configuration management and process improvement.

Aligning IT Processes

Our technology platform allows agile consumption of data, continuous development of applications, and operationalized deployment of AI models, helping organizations move from a disconnected enterprise, to one that is globalized, interconnected, and collaborative.

GS Technology creates strategies to move you in the direction of achieving your vision, align every aspect of your organization to support them, including your systems and processes. Here are three key tips to get you started:

  • 1) Keep systems and processes as simple and streamlined as possible in support of your strategies. As a leader, it’s your role to look for opportunities to reduce complexity. Too many layers and fragmented processes create inefficiencies and lower productivity
  • 2) Assign one accountable person to each system and process. Be clear about your expectations to keep them simple and effective. When possible, insist on universal systems and processes, and only allow exceptions when there’s a clear business necessity.

License Management

GS Technology manages business document and software licenses to ensure compliance with vendors' usage terms and conditions.

Software licensing management is the process of tracking and documenting software used in a company. This licensing process allows software vendors to track, evaluate and guarantee how software is being handled and to boost revenue by assuring that users are using licenses appropriately and on the correct terms. Software licensing management is often part of a larger software asset management (SAM) strategy. There are a wide variety of licensing options on the market today. Your software license management strategy will largely depend on the type of licenses being used. From hardware keys to software licenses, cloud licensing and hybrid solutions, each type requires its own analysis and system in place.

Every piece of software, no matter what it is, comes with a license. The license states what can and can’t be done with said software, under what conditions it can be used, who can use it, for how long, and more. Abiding to each license is essential. Tracking license use according to user or service, maintaining registration fees, complying with licensing terms, and most importantly: determining relevance for each license is critical to remaining efficient and not wasting company cash.

Due Diligence

Due diligence support is done for compliance and regulatory, operations, financial and accounting, investigations and disputes and cyber/IT risk.

An IT due diligence, which is an assessment performed on any company with a business that is supported or sometimes enabled by IT/digital capabilities, seeks to uncover performance, liabilities, key risks and opportunities as well as potential investment needs associated with the target company’s IT organization and IT engine.

The aim is to ensure better valuation, risk mitigation as well as understanding of whether the target’s IT has what it takes to support the business in achieving its (future) strategic objectives.

Our technology due diligence checklist covers everything you need to prepare or review (depending on whether you're buy or sell-side) during M&A.

GS Technology brings together a purpose-built set of solutions into one fully integrated platform that delivers value across the complete deal lifecycle. Centralize all your deal activity with project management tools, advanced data rooms, AI deal insights and post-merger integration frameworks. Now you can control every aspect of your transaction from start to finish.

Meeting Compliance

A set of controls and processes that allows your organization to operate in accordance with contractual, statutory, and regulatory requirements regarding the use of computing and internet technologies.

When we talk about compliance in IT, we're referring to certain guidelines an organization must follow to ensure its processes are secure. Each guideline details rules for data, digital communication, and infrastructure. Since compliance standards are a set of rules, the organization must follow every rule to avoid violations. Regulatory bodies lay out guidelines for every rule so that an organization clearly understands how to meet the compliance standards.

Focusing on infrastructure, the guidelines are meant to safeguard data. Typically, an organization's staff determines how to design and implement defenses to infrastructure; however, these defenses must meet compliance standards to maintain the most secure environment for data.