Keeping your Business Continuity running

A recent report by Gartner suggested that business downtime per hour can cost the average business between £30,000 and £40,000. In a turbulent economy business downtime can cause catastrophic effects – Business Continuity implementation will reduce this downtime…

When an incident or crisis strikes, businesses have a duty of care to firstly ensure the safety of the public, and their employees as number one priority. Next to minimise the impact on the company assets such as the building and facilities, then once this is stable the priority turns to getting the business back up and running as soon as possible. Business Continuity is a process by which companies plan to keep a business running during a crisis or incident to minimise the impact and reduce the chances of downtime.

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Benefits of deploying a Business Continuity Strategy...

  • Keep critical functions running
  • Become more resilient and recover quicker
  • Contingency planning means companies can cope and are more prepared to handle incidents
  • Risk mitigation plans and business recovery plans improves consistency of the response
  • Planning and procedures mean better handling of incidents
  • Reduced risk of bankruptcy
  • BC Planning also links to risk management, governance and compliance

How ICR™ can help…

ICR™ enables businesses to manage all Business Continuity plans from one centralised web application, then deploy these plans across the entire organisation at the touch of a button.