Business Continuity Management

Business Continuity Management means prevention instead of chaos

We share our expertise with our customers - the dialogue and the joint creation lead to a successful BCM process

We provide all services and products required for the comprehensive BCM approach from a single source

„The need for an audited and tested BCM goes beyond legal requirements. The existence of a BCM has become a mandatory requirement to participate in most large international tenders. These organizations want to be assured of the capacity of their partner to continue their activities in the event of a crisis. That’s why we trust in BC Consulting consultancy and software solutions.”

 
Nadine Burcher-Grainville, UNIQA Global Care SA (Genf)
CEO

Principles in BCM

  • The protection of the integrity of life and limb of employees, customers and affected persons has the highest priority
  • The resilience of the company must be increased
  • Applicable laws and regulations must always be observed. Particular care is taken with regard to information security and data protection. This also applies to the protection of the environment
  • Business continuity of time-critical business processes must be guaranteed even in emergencies, at least at the level of a regulated emergency operation
  • In the event of a failure of business processes and resources, a rapid restart must be ensured
  • The reputation and positive image of the organization in the public eye must not be impaired by a lack of precautionary and coping measures

These principles are covered and best guaranteed by the use of bcNAVIGATOR:

Ready for any scenario with BC Consulting

All companies are exposed to a variety of threats and thus risks in different ways. Dealing with them responsibly and in a legally compliant manner means identifying them and incorporating them into the process and rule management cycle.

 
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As a precautionary measure and thus a preventive component of BCM, emergency planning ensures that, in the event of an extraordinary situation occurring, those responsible can react quickly and effectively to avert danger and minimize damage.

 
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The introduction of crisis management must be designed holistically and cover the areas of crisis prevention/threats, emergency planning, dealing with the situation and restart planning.

 
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BIA reveals the interdependencies between processes and/or business units, the effects of process failures, the criticality of each process for the entire group and the required restart time.

 
More about business impact analysis ➔

Experience has shown that well-prepared restart plans are usually the best chance to limit or even minimize damage.

 
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