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Lack of consideration with resilience issues, will impact on company profits, affect its reputation and may open it up to litigation by its customers. Failure in due-diligence or compliance with the rules of any relevant regulatory bodies may also become an issue.

This is why, as a result of a business survey, the Chartered Management Institute found that due to the heavy snow which fell in early 2013 caused affected companies an average financial loss of £52,770.

Also companies that bid for contracts from major institutions, local or central government are usually asked for a business continuity plan to demonstrate that they have given due consideration to protect their customers and supply chains, in the event of a crisis.

We can assist companies in all key areas including offering advice on computer security as part of your planning, together with business continuity management and forensic readiness planning as a preventative measure should it be necessary.

We welcome your call or email to discuss these issues further, why not contact us today?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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