The Web application is being marketed as a "unified repository" of incident-related data that replaces individual projects often scattered across an organization, the Portland, Ore., company said. In addition, user-defined visibility, analysis and oversight provide help in determining the financial, legal and operational implications of incidents.
David Childers, chief executive of EthicsPoint, said in a statement that the system "puts incident-related information into an integrated series of secure databases with a common oversight layer."
In offering the service, EthicsPoint claims it can provide scalability, fast deployment with legacy data conversion, intuitive client-tailored terminology for rapid orientation, and a secure interface to SAP and Oracle human resources information systems.
Pricing was not disclosed.