Data analytics technologies can help organizations be more proactive in compliance efforts and address weaknesses before they escalate to compliance issues, consulting firm KPMG said in a recent study. However, many are not effectively using technology and data analytics to take a proactive approach to compliance and to prepare for and adapt to regulatory change, the firm said.

Many companies continue to struggle to integrate and automate compliance activities across their organizations. Approximately 60 percent of the chief compliance officers (CCO) surveyed for the report said either that their company’s technology infrastructure has not been analyzed to confirm that it aligns with compliance requirements, or they were unsure of such alignment.

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