Business Continuity Plan/Disaster Recovery (Iso 22301) Implementation

In May 2014, the Chief Executive of one of the manufacturing Companies received a call that the factory was on fire. By the time Uganda Police Fire Brigade responded, the critical parts of the machinery were all lost in the inferno, with an estimated loss of US$ 1m. Despite having Insurance coverage, it took over five months to setup everything and resume normal operations. In the meantime, the factory lost business, order fulfillment and key partners. Business continuity plan would have helped reduce the recovery time to minimize costs and losses.

BCP/DR Traning Session
BCP/DR Traning Session

In line with this, Summit Consulting Limited cordially invites you and your team to attend the Business Continuity Planning/Disaster Recovery implementation training.

When:    27th February 2019 (8:00am-4:00pm).

Where: Institute of Forensics and ICT Security located on 4th floor Ntinda complex, Plot 33, Ntinda road (Opp. St. Luke Church).

Why:     Whether you operate a small or a large company, you strive to remain competitive. It is vital to retain current clients while increasing your service base – and there’s no better test of your capability to do so than right after an adverse event. This is exactly what this training is going to prepare you for.

Fee:        US$ 150 per person inclusive of refreshments.

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Summit Consulting Limited

4th Floor Ntinda Complex Plot 33, Ntinda Road Opp St Luke Church P.O. Box 40292,
Kampala, Kampala
Uganda
Phone: +256(414) 231136
Email: support@summitcl.com

The training shall be facilitated by top Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery experts with clear case studies and experience sharing. This is an invitation for only training. Our capacity for the next intake is limited to 10 – 15 persons. First come, first enrolled. This training is also available to your in-house staff at the rates in Appendix attached. Download below.

Appendix

 

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