Is Your Business Prepared for an Emergency?
You have worked hard to build your business to where it is today. When business is disrupted, it can cost money. Lost revenues plus extra expenses means reduced profits. Insurance does not cover all costs and cannot replace customers that defect to the competition. A business continuity plan to continue business is essential. According to Ready.gov, when developing a business continuity plan, you should include these four steps:
Conduct a business impact analysis to identify time-sensitive or critical business functions and processes and the resources that support them.Identify, document, and implement to recover critical business functions and processes.Organize a business continuity team and compile a business continuity plan to manage a business disruption.Conduct training for the business continuity team and testing and exercises to evaluate recovery strategies and the plan.
Once the plan is developed … training and testing are essential. CCG can help! Contact us today to learn how.