Rsam Makes RegTech Top 100 Power List

APRIL 10 | SECAUCUS, NJ: Rsam, a leader in enterprise risk and compliance software solutions, today announced it made the RegTech Top 100 Power List for the first time. The Regulatory Technology list, produced by Planet Compliance, analyzes vendors activity across the web and social mediregtech-top100-powerlist-200x200a channels using a special algorithm and recognizes the most influential companies in the sector.

Regulatory Technology (RegTech) is changing how financial organizations manage a vast array of requirements. Traditional tools like spreadsheets and homegrown systems simply can’t keep up. Financial firms, who are subject to more regulations than most industries, need the ability to automate their manual processes as well gain immediate awareness to changing regulations.

Rsam supports risk and compliance needs for many of the FORTUNE 1000 financial institutions. The company’s Regulatory Change Management helps navigate constantly changing regulations that vary across jurisdictions.

“Rsam has made a concerted effort over the past 12 months to share its thought leadership across the web,” said Julie Preiss, SVP of Marketing. “The company was founded in 2003 by former risk and compliance professionals who specifically built the Rsam platform to handle the complex web of audit trails, regulatory requirements, risk assessments and more. We’re excited to share our expertise and help others learn how to reduce their organization’s exposure to risk.”

About Rsam

Rsam is the fastest time-to-value and most flexible GRC, Vendor Risk Management and Security Operations, Analytics & Reporting (SOAR) platform provider. Our enterprise software platform uses a relational architecture and captures data in a single, centralized repository. Unlike other systems, we don’t hard-wire dependencies based on requirements that may be outdated before implementation even begins. Instead, the Rsam platform is built to adapt and put the user in control. Gone are the days of endlessly retrofitting a solution or failing to get it off the ground. With Rsam, you can have a baseline up and running in 30 days and iterate from there. Learn more at


Eric Goldberg| April 10, 2017