Date: Thursday, November 14th at 3 PM ET, 2 CT, 1 PT
LogicManager is excited to present the next phase of Plans within the new Horizon interface! Plans is a major area of the application and heavily used by customers utilizing LogicManager for Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance, IT Governance, and Internal Audit. Plans is where you are able to conduct risk or readiness assessments and document mitigating controls along with any monitoring activities, such as testing and collecting metrics.
During our release webinar, we will walk you through the new functionality, and what it enables now and in the future. We will also provide some tips and tricks as well as answer the most common questions we’ve been getting about Horizon.
This latest release builds on last month’s release which introduced Plans within Horizon. During the webinar, we will focus on some of the new features that have been added to Plans since last release such as the ability to add a new plan, add documents to a plan, remove indicators from a plan, create mitigations, archive mitigations and add issues to both indicators and mitigations.
Additionally, with this release Issue tasks have been updated so that they follow the same format as all other tasks in Horizon in order to have a consistent look and feel. During the webinar, we will walk through the new Issues tasks and focus on some of the differences between their Horizon and Classic functionality.
Finally, we will touch on some of the smaller changes that we have added to other areas of the application such as Incidents and Taxonomy.
To learn how you can leverage this new LogicManager release, we invite you to attend our complimentary customer webinar:
Release Webinar: Horizon Plans and Issues
- Stephen Bull, Advisory Analyst
- Nick Cook, Product Manager
- Brendan Colliton, VP of Product Management
Who should attend?
System administrators, especially those who are leveraging LogicManager for ERM, Compliance, or IT Governance, who are interested in learning how Plans are continuing to be developed in Horizon, along with any LogicManager users interested in seeing the latest Horizon functionalities!