Business continuity management system (BCMS)

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Business continuity management system

What is the Business Continuity Management System (BCMS)?

The Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) is an organizational management system that allows companies to maintain the continuity of activities and "vital" operating processes of their business following the occurrence of catastrophic events, without the strategic customer "noticing" it .

What are the phases of which it is composed?

What are the advantages of companies that implement a BCMS system?

Company survival

The definition of a BCMS program makes it possible to deal with disastrous events by minimizing the impact on the company business and guaranteeing the recovery of activities.

Understanding of inefficiencies and critical issues

The assessment of the business impacts deriving from a possible process interruption makes it possible to identify the "vital" processes and the inefficiencies and critical issues to be remedied.

Protection of tangible and intangible assets

The value of tangible assets (plants, machinery, goods) and intangible assets (reputation, relationships with customers, lenders, etc.) is protected from catastrophic events.

Competitive advantage

The development of a BCMS program to protect the corporate business instills a sense of security and trust in stakeholders and is perceived as a valuable investment.

Regulatory and customer compliance

The company is able to meet the increasingly growing and stringent regulatory needs or customer requests that require the application of ISO 22301 relating to the BCMS.

Negotiation tool with banks and insurance companies

The development of concrete actions to mitigate the risks of business interruption translates into negotiation tools with banks and insurance companies.

Increased company resilience

A BCMS program increases your ability to avoid business disruption risks or, if they occur, to be able to recover with the least possible impact.

Increased readiness in the event of a catastrophic scenario

Each corporate figure designated in the BCMS plan knows exactly what to do and what are the procedures to activate in order to manage the Crisis in the best way.

How is the activity of Risk Management linked with that of Business Continuity?

A Company that has a Risk Management system actually implemented and integrated into its processes has a greater awareness of the most critical Risks of its business and, consequently, already knows what are the scenarios to foresee within the Business Continuity plan with a reduction in the timing associated with the implementation of the plan .


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