The Covid-19 pandemic has refocused minds upon the need to continually re-assess business continuity planning and supply chain risk.
Infrastructure, operational and cyber risks continue business continuity within the present scenario global business faces.
A fundamental change in working practices has been required in many instances, with key workers functioning remotely, accessing systems and process controls without the normal security perimeter, exposing business operations to lower corporate resilience levels.
In a post-epidemic world, the shift in how your enterprise has operated through a crisis creates opportunities for re-engineering and process transformation.
Capital allocation methods and areas will be re-visited in light not simply of demand-side changes, but in evaluating how your competition, business partners, suppliers, maintenance suppliers have been impacted and how to gain competitive advantage.
Quantar has operated in the business continuity sector since 2009, with our unique CyCalc® business continuity planning tool. Using CyCalc® enables your teams to map business process to system and category interdependencies in a simple, scalable manner.
The drag-and-drop functionality delivers ease of use, simple to understand, business process mapping to a degree of granularity your organization requires. The import/export capability facilitates multi-location; multi-SBU use. The stand-alone process mapping tool can be issued to any number of users and integrated centrally for oversight into your organization’s process flows and infrastructure.
The “What-if” scenario module allows you to model business process to systems and category changes to model the impact upon risk exposures per change, facilitating capital modelling efficiency, combined with risk management.
Using CyCalc® can also assist your teams to ensure that personal data is mapped, governed, controlled, whilst simultaneously providing you with the auditable evidence your organization needs to demonstrate current and ongoing regulatory compliance whether for data protection or fulfilling risk quantification and risk reserve regulations.