On behalf of the ProcessUnity team, I am excited to welcome you to the new ProcessUnity blog. Here, we’ll share ideas on risk management, offer management and insights from our team of experts as well as from our customers and partners. We’ll also discuss regulatory changes impacting the industry and feature a host of articles and best practices that will help you do your job better.
Our promise: We will only publish content we would learn from
Our goal is to become the go-to resource for governance, risk, compliance and product offer management. Is that a bit aggressive? Sure. But we believe we have the best people in the business, combined with a host of great customer stories. We’re excited to take up that challenge.
Ideas and Insight from Our Team of Risk and Offer Management Experts
It’s an exciting time to be part of the ProcessUnity team. In the last year, we have doubled our team to support our growing customer base. We’re investing in every department – engineering, customer support, services, consulting and field operations. Every new hire brings additional perspective and GRC expertise (which the marketing team is more than happy to share).
To date, we have received a great deal of positive feedback on our white paper series and our expert webinars. With our new blog, we’ll share more timely, shorter-form content based on what’s happening in the industry. You’ll hear from a number of our team members on a variety of topics. So be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed and connect with us via Twitter and LinkedIn.
About the Author
Ed Thomas leads ProcessUnity’s marketing team and is responsible for the company’s awareness, demand generation and thought-leadership programs. Ed has spent his 20-year career developing and implementing high-impact lead-generation and branding programs for high technology companies, including Stratus Technologies, aPriori, eXcelon, Banyan Systems and Lois Paul & Partners. In fact, ProcessUnity is his third Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) company, and he had served prior roles as the Director of Marketing at Cura Software Solutions and the Manager of Corporate Marketing at OpenPages. Ed holds a degree in journalism from Boston University. A home improvement enthusiast and woodworker, Ed spends his free time renovating his 1800’s home with his wife, Penny. His work has appeared on HGTV and in This Old House Magazine.Follow on Twitter More Content by Ed Thomas