Implementing BCM within different types of organization is not an easy task. It never has been and never will be. The complexity of organizations, the internal and external environments, and the threat and risk topologies among other factors contribute to BCM becoming more important and more complex. A lot depends on it and the various stakeholders keep raising their requirements and expectations related to BCM programs.

As the shape and features of organization-wide BCM disciplines started to formalize, the BCM industry was creative in designing solutions to help organizations manage their BCM demands. Among these creations was specialized BCM software, which is almost mandatory for the success of BCM programs.

The need ...

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