THE CHALLENGES OF BUSINESS CONTINUITY & OPERATIONAL RESILIENCE SOLVED
Business continuity is an essential part of any business and is often required by customers, regulators, insurers, investors and many other internal and external stakeholders. However, delivering business continuity requires a specialist skill set, experience and dedicated resources that most organisations do not have.
If you are one of the many professionals that worry whether your business continuity program is adequate, detailed enough, too detailed to be useful or just whether you have a program at all, you are not alone – these are common concerns and we can solve them for you.
WHO OWNS BUSINESS CONTINUITY?
It’s also worth noting that not every organisation has a business continuity manager, or a role that naturally encompasses business continuity. It is not uncommon for other departments, such as IT, to be given responsibility for business continuity, which they then need to resource and manage alongside management of the role they already fulfil or the department they already manage.
Business continuity and operational resilience are very specialised subjects and creating and managing an effective programme requires expertise and experience as well as the budget to bring your plans to life. That’s where Daisy comes in.
WHAT IS BCAAS?
Business Continuity as a Service (BCaaS) is Managed BCM. Our BCM consultants manage your entire business continuity management programme for you – removing all the challenges of managing business continuity in-house.
BCaaS uniquely combines our multi-award-winning planning tool (Shadow-Planner) with our industry-leading consultancy to create and manage your emergency planning response, placing the relevant plans directly into the hands of those who need it, when they need it via our award-winning mobile app.
Daisy’s BCaaS provides straightforward, economical management of your entire business continuity programme over a period of three or five years, working with your emergency response teams to support them with keeping the programme up to date as your organisation evolves, and equipping them for ongoing resilience.
- ✓ Professional outcomes, delivered by award-winning consultants with more than 100 years of practical experience between them, using award-winning software
- ✓ Peace of mind that your BCM programme is managed by a business continuity management industry leader
- ✓ Painless management and delivery
- ✓ Increased return on investment and reduced cost
- ✓ Budgetary certainty over a three or five-year period
HOW CAN DAISY BCAAS HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
HOW CAN DAISY HELP?
By integrating our expertise, software and experience, we work collaboratively with you to understand what is right for your organisation – creating a programme that is focussed on continuous improvement and aligned to best practice, ensuring that your business is resilient and better-equipped to respond when the unexpected happens.
Business continuity programmes designed by Daisy follow a recognised standard (ISO22301):
Why Daisy BCaaS?
DISCOVER WHAT BCAAS CAN DO FOR YOUR BUSINESS
The manufacturing industry is undergoing a huge transformation to Industry 4.0. To help optimise this, manufacturers need to ensure resilience is at the heart of the business and that they are able to safeguard production output and mitigate threats from cybercrime and supply chain issues.
The retail industry has long recognised the value of protecting ecommerce, payment systems, customer service and reputation. Changing buyer behaviour and the ever-advancing capabilities of networking technology, data analytics and business intelligence tools means that ensuring effective business continuity management is in place to protect competitive advantage, is now a top priority.
Adhering to strict governance and regulation means that business continuity management is always at the top of the agenda for all financial institutions. With the countdown to the FCA guidelines on operational resilience coming into force, BCaaS may be the ideal solution for smaller corporates and the mid-market.
For the professional services sector, maximising billable hours, managing complex projects and planning for unpredictable demand and skills shortages are challenging enough – a managed BCM solution at least delivers peace of mind for your clients and other stakeholders.