This update outlines some of the key features of our soon to be released “Agile Business Continuity Planning” software. A Platform as a Service (to be offered through AgileBCP Pty Ltd and available at http://www.agilebcp.com)
If you have had a chance to follow our story, you might recall this venture started a few months ago from a shared recognition between four of us (two “risk managers” and two “software engineers”) that helping people come through the current business impacts of the Corona Virus could be a worthy venture.
We recognised we had the experience and capabilities to develop an agile tool to help people to both reimagine their business and make it more resilient against future shocks.
Further, the offering would be easy and straightforward to use – and for small “Mom and Pop” businesses it will be made available at little or no cost.
John Salter - owner of John Salter Consulting Services - specialising in the facilitation of risk-based capability reviews; needs-based training; business continuity planning; crisis management exercises; and organisational debriefing. Recognised for “preventing disasters, or where that is not possible, reducing the potential for harm” Ref: Barrister H Selby, Inquest Handbook, 1998.
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