Grant Thornton partners with Hyperproof on compliance reporting

16 September 2022 Consulting.us 2 min. read

Grant Thornton has partnered with Hyperproof, a compliance software company, to help clients better manage compliance programs and related report preparation.

Seattle-based Hyperproof provides a compliance operations software platform that enables governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) professionals to automate workflows and activities. The platform covers compliance and audit management, risk management, and vendor risk management areas, and integrates with dozens of services, including Salesforce, SharePoint, Slack, and Google Cloud.

Grant Thornton will use the Hyperproof platform across a wide range of industries to help clients drive efficiency and automation into key control activities and evidence collection processes, while providing deeper insights into compliance programs. The collaboration covers various compliance frameworks, from SOC to ISO 27001.

Grant Thornton partners with Hyperproof on compliance reporting

“Grant Thornton is committed to delivering the most innovative, efficient, and quality-driven assurance services in the industry,” said Nicole Julius, national leader of Grant Thornton’s strategic assurance and SOC services solutions. “Our agreement with Hyperproof will help security assurance and compliance professionals deploy comprehensive compliance solutions using the latest technologies.”

The two companies will also jointly develop a data exchange capability between Hyperproof’s platform and Grant Thornton’s SOC.x tool, which focuses on efficiently producing reports covering SOC compliance.

“Grant Thornton delivers high-quality and trusted services to customers across the US, and the firm is known for its commitment to making business more personal and building trust into every result,” said Craig Unger, founder and CEO of Hyperproof. "Hyperproof operates under the same ethos — our success comes from our laser focus on delivering positive customer outcomes.”

Grant Thornton recently sold its public sector practice to Guidehouse.