Technology and infrastructure reviews for third party programme implementation


The client is a mega engineering company. They identified the need to use technology to implement an integrity programme around their supplier and distributors. However, simply plugging in another SaaS product was not really an option for the client, so we had to check their existing systems and processes to see how we could implement a programme using their existing solutions in-house.


Our teams worked alongside the company's technology and compliance personnel to understand the infrastructure and systems that posed the highest risk in their business unit. We suggested they use their internal systems to implement all or part of the programmes. Which consisted of adding data into current screening systems and using data collection systems such as their website and CRM to build a data set.


About two months in total. We set up several system walkthroughs and discussions to find the right people that understood the systems across the group.

Why The Red Flag Group?

Practical. All of our IT experts as well as legal experts are practical and know our systems inside out. We have a pragmatic approach and attempt to implement simple solutions without making any drastic changes in your business model.

Extensive system knowledge. With our knowledge of systems and best practices, we could easily suggest places to leverage your existing systems to implement a more effective programme.

Fixed price. We charge a fixed price and assure you of no project scope creep.


New design and infrastructure diagrams showing the basic structure of how to implement a programme using existing systems.


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