Crises Control shortlisted for Business Continuity Awards 2016

Crises Control shortlisted for Business Continuity Awards 2016

Crises Control, the mass notification, multi-channel, business continuity platform and crisis response solution, has been shortlisted in two categories for the prestigious Business Continuity Awards 2016Cloud Based Services and Most innovative Product of the Year. Introduced in 2014 by tech company Transputec for their own clients, it was so successful that they took its development up a level, adding to its user experience and incorporating a number of features unique in the field, before launching it on the open market.

Rickie Sehgal, Chairman of Crises Control, said:

“I am delighted that we have been shortlisted for these two awards. They are recognition of the hard work and design excellence that we have put into making Crises Control an innovative and unique solution in the field of business continuity planning. Our aim is to simplify the business of managing disasters and disaster simulation at a cost that every business can afford.”

Matt Kennedy, Head of IT Services at Crises Control customer, Incisive Media, said “Crises Control is a unique application in the field of business continuity, in that it was originally built for in-house use by the company that developed it to support their own clients. Not only that, but they also built it themselves using their own in-house software developers. This has given the platform an unusually customer-centred focus, built for the needs of the customer rather than the preferences of the company selling it. For me, Crises Control stands out in a crowded field because it continually strives to provide an easy-to-use, action ready, business disruption solution.”

Crises Control has a number of innovative features:

  • It is an app for organisations who need an easy-to-use, self-implementable, crisis response solution that delivers business continuity plans and media rapidly across all devices.
  • It helps response teams to be prepared for any business disaster when it happens. It is a secure way of sending the right action plans to the right people in a crisis situation and to know who is engaged.
  • It simplifies the business of managing disasters and disaster simulation at a cost that every business can now afford.
  • Our mission has been to provide an easy-to-use app which allows people to consume vital information rapidly. Our platform brings together response team members into a connected mobile network.
  • Our objective is to reduce the golden hour response time to under two minutes.

Notes to Editors

The winners of the Business Continuity Awards 2016 will be announced on 9 June at a gala dinner at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square. Now in their 18th year, the Awards recognise those business continuity, security, resilience and risk professionals whose innovative strategies and industry savvy make them stand out above the rest. Judged by an independent panel of experts for exceptional performance, the awards provide an opportunity for organisations and individuals to showcase their best products, projects and people. Winning a Business Continuity Award is the definitive mark of achievement in your sector and provides individuals and organisations with unparalleled professional recognition. Find out more at www.cirmagazine.com/businesscontinuityawards.

The Cloud Based Services category is for suppliers of solutions to issues of business continuity management that are hosted on the cloud. Whether ensuring the use of a single important function in event of a crisis, or enabling remote working of an entire operation, the judges will be looking for effective planning and implementation of the technology.

The Most innovative Product of the Year award will be presented to the company which has demonstrated the most innovation in product development over the past judging year. The judges will be considering the nature of the product, its philosophy and application. The solution must have been on the market for at least 18 months prior to February 2016.

For further details contact Tim Morris, Director of Marketing for Crises Control on 020-8584 1358 or 07788-395904.

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