Business Continuity Management

A natural disaster or other serious business disruption can occur anytime, which means companies need to know how to respond quickly and effectively. Wipro Consulting helps companies create recovery and continuity plans in the full lifecycle of Business Continuity Management (BCM).

We can work with you to understand your business processes, facilities, operations and infrastructure and how you could be affected by a serious business interruption. We will establish cohesive strategies and options for recovery and continuity, and then work with you to create a detailed crisis management and business continuance plan. Our approach includes the critical testing, maintenance and support necessary to ensure that the plan works as intended and is updated as changes occur in your business.

Comprehensive BCM is Critical to the Longevity of a Global Business. Our strength in providing a comprehensive BCM strategy is our team. We have a strong risk management background, global BCM experience across many different industries, end-to-end BCM engagement capabilities, exposure to global BCM best practices and standards, and the ability to deliver measurable outcomes at each phase of the BCM engagement.

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