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By Narelle Davidson

Cloud Compliance

Mistake #6 Technology is not being used to manage the compliance system

Can we use technology to manage compliance?

Technology is now accessible to almost anyone, anywhere at any time.   If technology is not being used at your club to manage and drive the compliance systems, then the system is likely clunky and cumbersome.  The system will operate until it, or someone within it fails.

Is your compliance management system becoming a massive case of paper warfare? Have manuals become doorstops and dust collectors? Are you spending precious time chasing people up to sign off on policy?

Aging platforms with compliance functionality may not provide for flexible solutions and can require investment in time to set up and manage.  The system should be sleek, simple and fun to use and above all provide a solution; for this it will need to be flexible in design and future development.

We should not become slaves to technology.  Rather it should allow us the freedom and flexibility to become slaves to our customers.

Solution: consider using technology

Take a look at contemporary compliance management systems with platforms that are “modular, easy to change, agile, flexible, user friendly, very simple to use and manage and suitable for multiple devices that can be used anytime, anywhere”. Bill Owens.

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About narelle-davidson
Narelle Davidson has been involved in the hospitality industry for 20 years and has experience working with clubs and hotels in New South Wales & Queensland. Narelle has progressed through varying roles from front line customer service, gaming promotion co-ordination, self-employment, hotel management, training, consulting and compliance. In most recent years, Narelle has focussed on compliance programs and solutions for hospitality venues. With practical understanding of both NSW & Queensland legislative requirements Narelle is able to rationalise and provide the expertise required to facilitate effective regulatory and operational compliance frameworks. Narelle is a current member of the Governance, Risk and Compliance Institute (GRCI).