The reason is simple. Today much of what comes under a general GRC heading is either unautomated or poorly automated, and with both the exposure risk of non-compliance and the upside potential of doing a better job at GRC tasks, I predict customers will be spending heavily and willingly for solutions in this area for a long time to come.
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