Peach launch new Corporate Risk & Quality Certification

London – 29 August 2007

Peach, a compliance, risk and change management company in the UK, today announced the release of this unique certification scheme for companies, to help with their compliance.
The certification is based on the CEO of Peach: Dr. Abe Abrahami’s 34 year-experience and know-how that have helped blue chip companies and government agencies to save or increase revenue by an estimated 250-300 million US dollars.

This is our unique RiskLessä methodology. For example, at Millenium UK / Microfocus, RiskLessä methodology, helped client companies in engineering, manufacturing, utilities, energy, oil and gas, banking, financial services and insurance, to better analyse and manage their risks.

This unique methodology was successfully employed in the Y2K compliance era and now we use it for major compliance mandates and standards, including but not limited to ISO, COBIT, ITIL, Sarbanes-Oxley, MiFID, Basel II, FSA, IFRS, HIPAA, GLBA, and others.

This methodology is in 5 major steps/modules and you will learn how to analyse different types of risks and quality loopholes, qualify and quantify them.
In addition, the areas of quality control/quality assurance are covered, how to reduce re-work and avoid/minimise costly mistakes, and what are the risks. Quality is an inherent requirement of risk, compliance and change management.

The Institute of Management Specialists in the UK accredits Peach’s proven and successful techniques and training courses. IBM and other blue chip clients have hired Peach to examine their products and services and ways to improve them. After fit-gap analysis, identification and rectification of shortcomings, Peach helps their clients to attain their goals with its unique techniques, and subsequently certifies the products or services as ‘fit for purpose’.

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