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business continuity plan
|BE PREPARED AND BE RESILIENT SO A DISASTER DOES NOT FORCE YOU OUT OF BUSINESS...|
Here's How You Can Quickly and Easily Create a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) To Keep Your Business Running...Without Spending A Fortune For Consultants or Fancy Software!
How much is the future of your business worth?
Suppose you could set up a business continuity plan (BCP) enabling you to stay in business, even in the event that an unforeseen disaster or emergency happens that interrupts your operations.
What would happen to your business if -
A Fire Makes Your Workplace Inaccessible To Your People?
Downed Trees And Power Lines Cut Off Major Roadways Needed To Distribute Your Product?
A Supplier Closed Their Doors Unexpectedly?
A Flu Outbreak Keeps 3/4 Of Your Staff At Home?
Would your customers wait for you to get back in operation?
How long would it take you to fulfill your open orders if your systems were down?
In the event of a disaster, what would you do first, second, third.....?
Would your people be confidently working together towards solutions? Or running around in a panic?
Imagine that you had a reliable way to keep running even though a major disaster has severely impacted your primary business operations.
Sounds too good to be true?
It isn't if you have the right Business Continuity Plan (BCP).
A BCP is one of the most powerful tools you have to ensure the viability of your business. A BCP will enable you to plan ahead, because you want to stay in business in the event that an unforeseen disaster or emergency happens that interrupts your business operations. In crisis situations, you want to know clearly what needs to be done to keep business running. You need to be prepared so that panic does not cause you to make inappropriate and ineffective decisions which will hurt your business.
But creating the BCP Is The Hard Part...
It could take you years and cost you a small fortune to figure out a complete plan to cover all aspects of your business. Consultants and software can work for Fortune 500 corporations, but the price tag is too high for a business needing to carefully manage its valuable resources. And the risk of not having a BCP is too high. Up to 40 percent of businesses fail after a disaster, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Yet only 43 percent feel prepared to handle an extensive emergency.