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
2019 California Wildfires and Business Continuity
3 Focuses of an Effective Crisis Management Response As massive fires and power outages impacted hundreds of thousands of people throughout California recently, one of Avalution’s clients had to respond as they learned that nearly 50% of…
- Patrick Meidenbauer | Nov 13, 2019
Integrating Risk Disciplines
If you surveyed business continuity, IT disaster recovery, crisis management and global security practitioners from a single organization on what resilience means to them, you’d probably get (at least) four different answers. That doesn’t necessarily mean that…
- Kailey Eaton | Oct 16, 2019
Calculated RTO’s Often Miss The Mark
As it relates to the business continuity consulting services we offer, Avalution works with a lot of organizations that already have software to assist with a wide variety of tasks, including the performance of a business impact…
- Brian Zawada, FBCI | Aug 21, 2019
Agile Concepts in Business Continuity
Carefully Consider “Agile Business Continuity” Many business executives are asking those responsible for business continuity – and the managers of other disciplines as well – “Should we implement Agile in our program?” It’s a fair question, but…
- Brian Zawada, FBCI | Aug 15, 2019