When business is disrupted, it can cost money. Lost revenues plus extra expenses mean reduced profits. In the event of any disaster or emergency, it is important to have a plan in place so that your organization can return to business as usual, as fast as possible. Business Continuity Planning, a subset of risk management, is important.
Any event that could negatively impact the company’s operations (fire, theft, viruses etc.) are included in the plan to help ensure that business processes can continue during a time of emergency or disaster.
We conduct a business impact analysis on the company, to identify the time-sensitive or critical business functions and processes, along with the resources that support them, and develop disaster recovery plans.