Is my company ready to support the economic consequences of an interruption
in productive business processes?

Risks that can negatively impact the normal operations of a company

• Disaster.

• Systems or equipment failures.

• Human error.

• Computer viruses.

• Strikes.

• Faults in the power supply.

• Fire.

• Terrorism.

• Natural Disasters.

• Failures in communication, transportation or safety.

Organizations are surrounded by risks and when they are affected by an unforeseen event for which are not prepared, may be forced to interrupt their business activity partially or completely.

In this case, it is necessary to have tools that allow you to return back to the normal situation, reducing the impact of the crime and reducing losses to the extent possible.

To give an idea of ​​its importance, we cite the following figures of Emergency Management Forum (United States):

Out of 100 companies facing a disaster without a Business Continuity Plan, 43% never reopen their business and disappears from the market, 51% close within two years, and only 6% survive long term.