I am delighted to announce that Crises Control, the mass notification, multi-channel, business continuity platform and crisis response solution, has been shortlisted for the prestigious BCI European Awards, in the Continuity and Resilience Innovation 2017 category.
This is 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.
Fresh from winning the title of Most Innovative BC Product of the Year 2016, Crises Control has confirmed its reputation as the leading innovator in the crisis notification and response field with the recent release of two innovative new modules on its platform and a new Business solution aimed at the SME market.
The new Crises Control Task Manager Module is a leading edge task manager function that allows the delegation and tracking of completed tasks and the creation of complex task work flows using predecessor logic.
The new Crises Control iSOP Wizard is a truly unique and pioneering module that has the potential to disrupt the BC planning market globally. The wizard module allows Crises Control customers to quickly create their own bespoke BC action plans, drawing on industry specific best practice and high value content from existing source material contained within the platform.
At the same time as releasing these new modules, Crises Control is also launching a new Business solution aimed at the SME market. This innovative solution provides a low cost entry point to crisis notification and response technology for small businesses that have previously been unable to afford the solutions currently on the market. The new Crises Control Business solution will expand the incident notification and response market to include the millions of SMEs who suffer from business disruption events every year.
The winners of the BCI European Awards 2017 will be announced on 11 May at a gala dinner at the Principal Hotel, Edinburgh.