Date: Thursday, February 6th at 3 PM ET, 2 CT, 1 PT
LogicManager is excited to present the next phase of the new Horizon interface! 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.
As a part of this latest release we are excited to build on the existing Monitor tab of Plans in Horizon! In Plans, the Monitor tab is where you perform ongoing oversight of your risk and compliance information. There are different ways you can monitor your information such as performing tests, collecting metrics, and documenting incidents that occur. We redesigned the Monitor tab in Horizon to put more emphasis on the results of your activities over time, helping drive more actionable insights.
Additionally, as a part of this release we renamed the Classic “Relationships” tab, available in Taxonomy and Incidents, to be called References in Horizon. The name References more accurately represents the purpose of this area, which is making links between the various areas of the application to show the interdependencies of your organization. We re-imagined References in Horizon to put more emphasis on viewing the links that have already been made and more easily add in new ones. In the webinar we will cover how you can leverage this functionality to see the full scope of your organization.
Finally, we will touch on the newest Horizon Data Object which allows you to report on the individual changes that occur within Plans for the first time. This data object allows you to see a full audit trail of who is making changes and when so that you can stay top of what occurs inside any plan.
We hope to see you there!
To learn how you can leverage this new LogicManager release, we invite you to attend our complimentary customer webinar:
Release Webinar: Monitoring and Making References in Horizon
- Stephen Bull, Advisory Analyst
- Brendan Colliton, VP of Product Management
- Nick Cook, Product Manager
Who should attend?
System administrators, especially those who are leveraging LogicManager for ERM, Compliance, or IT Governance, or are leveraging multiple areas of the application and are interested in learning how you can build connections between these areas, along with any LogicManager users interested in seeing the latest Horizon functionalities!