Planning resilience and business continuity

Inoni builds intelligent accessible best-practice plans that work

it's not about paper. It is about behaviour, Preparation, automation and intelligence.

Planning involves a broad span of activities that prepare the organisation for an event it hopes will never happen. It’s not about paper. People rarely have the time or inclination to pick up a document in an emergency, so planning focuses on creating the ability to respond. It includes aspects of material and human preparation, all backed up by necessary documentation and a well-defined delivery programme or management system.

We support your planning needs with:



Emergency Response or Incident Plans

Emergency or Incident Response Plans
protect life and immediate loss






Crisis Management Plans

Crisis Management Plans
protect external interests and direct communications






Business Recovery Plans

Business Recovery Plans
restore near-normal operations






Training

Training
skill-up people to respond appropriately






Validation

Validation
testing, exercising and rehearsal

USE THE INONI PLATFORM FOR BUSINESS CONTINUITY

Our customers benefit from state-of-the-art thinking. We can shape and apply our best-practice framework so it accurately fits your organisation. Your solution can be bespoke, you can take control and not be tied-down or wait for the next release to realise your needs. You become responsive to change and capable of reflecting new ideas.

Our
People

We are risk, resilience and continuity specialists; we use the Inoni software platform to capture and automate delivery of our constantly growing expertise.

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Our Software

Inoni is a scalable online business continuity and resilience platform. We call it a platform because you can use it to build tailored solutions without code change.

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Our Approach

We combine your risk appetite and organisational characteristics with our expertise and automation to create a unique blueprint for resilience.

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GEOPOLITICAL CONTINUITY PLANNING IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES

In the face of growing global instability, manufacturing organisations need to know how to formulate their response options in a robust and workable way, ensuring business continuity. This paper explains the similarities and differences between geopolitical risks and conventional continuity risks.

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