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New Topic Added to Continuity Insights Webinar Series

Continuity Insights’ new webinar series has added Rules Before Tools or Tools Before Rules: Leading with BCP Software or BCP Consulting Expertise to its upcoming schedule. It’s an eternal question that needs to be answered and will be on October 10.

Which is the better first-step option for organizations starting out on a BCP excursion? Should BCP consultants assist with the business needs, tool selection, integration and rollout OR should tool selection take precedence, followed by BCP project and integration consultants who are expert in the tool selected. Which sequence is best for your business model? What should drive your order of operations when it comes to navigating this eternal business continuity question?

Join Continuity Insights for this complimentary webinar to learn more about this critical topic. We’ll be joined by Tam Williams, Project Manager and Business Continuity Consultant with KingsBridge BCP, who will touch on the highs and lows of both BCP consultants and BCP software, discuss where each fits in the organizational rollout, and then compare the options so you can choose which avenue is best for your business.

With experience on both sides of the fence, Williams will provide an insightful, straightforward overview of the benefits of BCP Software, BCP Consultants, and when you might be fine to go it alone. Whether you’re a small organization of 10 people or a multi-national corporation, she’ll shine a light on the good, the bad, and the ignored of each. By the end of the session, you’ll have a good sense of what software features and consulting services will best meet your individual needs.

The webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. EDT and will allow time for audience participation and Q&A. Are you ready to pose your toughest questions to find out more about which BCP option is best for your business? Register today here.

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