MetricStream M7 Reviews

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June 10, 2016
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Third Party Oversight uses MetricStream to house vendor information and classifications. We use it for our risk assessment process as well where various departments fill out their risk assessments on the platform. However, it is very slow and it is not the easiest to use. At my old company, Salesforce proved to be extremely efficient and easy to use.

MetricStream does not track all activity on vendors (ex: any changes made to vendor descriptions, etc.) and does not allow to swiftly go between multiple tabs and screens. As our MetricStream contractor has not come up with a system yet to automate much of our process, the majority of it remains manual and eats up lots of the department's time.

We also have outages every once in a while, which is not uncommon for other cloud computing platforms, but it is extremely crippling when it is not back up and running within the day. Sometimes it is out for a few days. This overall takes away from department productivity.

  • Easy to navigate.
  • Speed/efficiency.
  • Missing functionality: Uploading documents (Excel sheets) into MetricStream and being able to pull information from that form into the program.
  • Improve number of outages and time that it is out for.
MetricStream is well suited for when you need to pull a report into Excel for further analysis.
It is not good for when information needs to be entered as this is all done manually by analysts and managers. If we can implement a way to take parts of uploaded documents and have the system automatically enter the information in the designated fields in MetricStream, it would cut out lots of manual work for our department.

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MetricStream M7 Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Common repository of GRC items (1)
Risk management (1)
Integration with Corporate Performance Management (CPM) systems (1)
GRC policy management (1)
Incident management (1)

What is MetricStream M7?

MetricStream aims to empower organizations to make real-time risk-aware decisions that accelerate business performance, strengthen resilience, and enhance brand reputation.

The vendor states they are committed to empower customers to intuitively harness real-time risk intelligence across the extended enterprise with an Integrated Risk Platform and GRC products and solutions, to accelerate business performance, strengthen resilience, and Perform with Integrity.

MetricStream says they are committed to helping their partners and customers manage peripheral risks and disruptions to flourish in the digital economy and accelerate sustainable growth. They describe their Integrated Risk Platform as intelligent by design, to drive business performance by delivering operational efficiencies across the extended enterprise.

MetricStream M7 Features

Governance, Risk & Compliance Features

Has featureCommon repository of GRC items
Has featureRisk management
Has featureIntegration with Corporate Performance Management (CPM) systems
Has featureGRC policy management
Has featureIncident management

MetricStream M7 Competitors

MetricStream M7 Technical Details

Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No

Frequently Asked Questions

What is MetricStream M7?

The MetricStream GRC Platform M7, from MetricStream in Palo Alto, California is a Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) platform supplying a technology infrastructure for deploying GRC apps configurable to meet the needs of the enterprise.

Who uses MetricStream M7?

The most common users of MetricStream M7 are from Enterprises and the Retail industry.