Protect the Integrity of Your Third-Party Relationships
LogicGate helps your organization automate its vendor risk assessment program to ensure third-party relationships are protected from vulnerabilities. You'll build vendor risk management processes that are robust, repeatable, and flexible enough to grow with your business.
Identify mission-critical vendors and easily assess risk profiles, both individually and holistically.
Assign remediation activities internally and externally, and track mitigations associated with each of your vendors.
Ensure appropriate actions are taken against identified risks for each third-party vendor to improve accountability.
Set reminder rules and dependencies to automatically notify remediation activity owners if they have not completed their activity by the assigned date.
A Single Source of Truth
Improve visibility into your third-party relationships with a centralized repository of vendors, assessments, risks, and mitigations while allowing full control over access levels.
Build powerful integrations with other systems and processes using our API to link in existing procurement or AP systems.
Demonstrate a reliable and secure vendor risk management program for upper management and regulators.
Responsive to Your Third-Party Network
Manage the risk and complexity of critical vendor relationships as the partnership evolves, from onboarding to risk monitoring and service-level agreements.
Get started quickly with our best practice template — or use your current processes to create a custom configuration of forms, workflows, and scoring rules.
Customize assessments and risk scoring procedures to identify your riskiest vendors and align with standard control frameworks
"The best part about LogicGate is the flexibility it provides fast-paced organizations to implement new processes and adapt as the company continues to change and grow. With LogicGate, we have been able to streamline our risk assessment process and equip business owners with the information they need to assess and mitigate risks on their own."