Secure Business Operations with Business Continuity Activation

Secure Business Operations with Business Continuity Activation

BCM during the Corona Crisis: Activate Potentials and detect Weak Points

Many companies have already installed a BCM plan and are prepared for business interruptions.

However, the associated emergency plans are often not geared to crisis situations such as the current corona pandemic. Above all, the complete shift of work processes and procedures to a remote working environment pushes companies to their limits in terms of technology, process, personnel and communications.

Together with you, we will evaluate your current situation, leverage off of best practices and address any weaknesses that can be quickly and competently remedied.

Issues that the Crisis has brought into Focus

Do we still meet regulatory requirements?

Is our data safe even in the crisis?

Do we know available financial subsidies and are we able to apply for them quickly?

Can our employees work remotely efficiently and securely?

How can we augment personnel quickly?

How can we maintain our customer and service provider communication?

We consider the following four Dimensions for Your Business Operations


A quick Procedure enables a timely and substantial Result

Together with you we analyze the dimensions personnel, infrastructure, IT and service provider.

Which Advantages offer our Products for You?

Securing Business Operations
with Business Continuity Activation

Our primary goal is to analyse your time-critical business processes, to create transparency and to introduce measures to ensure successful business operations during a crisis.

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Can we support You in the Challenges of this Crisis?

With Q_PERIOR you have a strong partner by your side.
We are looking forward to your challenge!

Business Continuity Activation

5 Questions on IT Resilience: Status quo and transition to “New Normal”

Read more about IT Resilience and what needs to be considered when transferring IT decisions to the “New Normal”. In an interview, our expert explains, among other things, which problems but also potentials have arisen for companies as a result of the changes and which questions IT managers should now address.

Read the Interview