Library Update - Innovation Management

We have recently released a new set of Controls where users can leverage Alyne’s existing capabilities to set up an internal control system to drive and manage innovation within an organisation, with just a few clicks.

Innovation management covers all measures to promote and exploit innovations in the company. It aims to leverage the creativity and know-how of employees, to improve efficiency, develop new products, enhance current capabilities, reduce risk and to drive digital transformation across the organisation in an active manner.

The Innovation Management Controls are bundled in one library topic containing 18 new Control Statements classified under 4 subtopics. As with all library updates, the Controls have been provided to existing and new Alyne customers alike.

Contact our sales team at support@alyne.com to learn how Alyne can help your organisation or request information about how you can experience Alyne’s capabilities in a Proof of Concept.

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Tamara Gurschler

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