6 deep-dive considerations for comparing BCM software platforms.
When it comes to evolving the way they handle Business Continuity Management (BCM), most organizations are decades behind the times. Many BCM leaders still use generic spreadsheet and word-processing templates to store information and manage their Business Continuity Plan (BCP) processes and overall programs. Or they rely on server-based programs developed in-house that are inflexible, functionally limited, and discourage cross-functional participation.
Both of these DIY options fall below modern standards for business process-management and can put organizations at greater risk for lost revenue, regulatory violations, and damage to reputation.
This eBook elaborates on functionality and features that the best modern platforms offer, and includes worksheets and other tools you can use for a side-by-side comparison of traditional BCM tools versus modern platforms.