Typical compliance management workflow - Knowledge Base - ComplyAssistant

Typical compliance management workflow

The general workflow in ComplyAssistant involves:

  1. Create a question library, or use one of the system-defined libraries. 

  2. Create an assessment definition.

  3. Choose a question library.

  4. Create one or more tasks.

  5. Create one or more events.

  6. Designate recipients and send the assessment.

  7. Add one or more reminders to prompt recipients.

  8. Receive assessment responses from recipients.

  9. Review dashboards, easily and directly view details, and follow up with recipients and other stakeholders.

The sections in our knowledge base explain all the aspects of each part of the workflow and provide detail instructions on how to use all of the features in the software.
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