The Business Continuity Operating System™ (BCOS)
Methodology is only one piece of the formula when it comes to driving business continuity success.
What’s holding your program back?
A PROVEN METHODOLOGY THAT DELIVERS ACTIONABLE OUTCOMES.
A PROVEN METHOD FOR GETTING ALL STAKEHOLDERS ON THE SAME PAGE.
THE CONNECTION CADENCE TM THAT INCREASES PROGRAM ENERGY + ENGAGEMENT.
Business Continuity Software Infused With Avalution's Expertise
Catalyst makes business continuity and IT disaster recovery planning easy and attainable. A user-friendly interface and fast implementation means you can get up and running quickly - and protected sooner!Learn More About Catalyst
- BUSINESS IMPACT ANALYSIS
- RISK ASSESSMENT
- PLAN DOCUMENTATION
- EXERCISES + INCIDENTS
- TASK SCHEDULING
- EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION
- PERFORMANCE METRICS
- CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT
Setting Goals to Drive Business Continuity Progress
I want to talk about how to focus your efforts and drive progress for your program. Do you always get pulled into the latest crisis or the next big thing? Or, maybe worse, you’re chasing some of…
- Rob Giffin | Feb 12, 2020
What Should Business Continuity Professionals Do in Response to the Coronavirus?
As of February 5, 2020, there have been over 20,000 cases of the coronavirus reported and over 400 deaths.1 The global response to this disease has been swift: The United States has evacuated citizens from China; The…
- Patrick Meidenbauer | Feb 05, 2020
Why Executives Lose Interest in Business Continuity
Have your executives lost interest in business continuity? Now that the “big project” is over, are they less eager to jump into a steering committee meeting? Or, is it getting harder and harder to get time on…
- Rob Giffin | Jan 29, 2020
How to End Business Continuity Busywork
I want to talk about ending the busywork involved in business continuity. Are you constantly sending email reminders, building spreadsheets, and chasing business continuity approvals? Maybe you’re spending weeks building these huge spreadsheets to compile all your…
- Rob Giffin | Jan 15, 2020