A well-defined and well-implemented ERM plan can be a significant boost to a company’s revenue and reputation. Your customers, partners, vendors, and investors consider ERM a token of trust.
For example, a customer expects you to fully satisfy all contractual requirements, be those insurance, compliance, or security requirements.
Missing a requirement or inability to provide proof of completed requirements can break a customer relationship. This holds for companies of any stage, size, industry, and geography.
Learn more about the importance of ERM in our blog post