business continuity

What a Business Continuity Plan Means to You

In our years of experience, we’ve seen it all – from simple power shortages to full-scale fires, and everything in-between. Your business operations can change in an instant.

Do you have a plan in case something goes wrong?

Why you need a business continuity plan.

A business continuity plan is a critical part of keeping your company up and running when disaster strikes. So what does this mean to you?

According to CPA Practice Advisor, “34% of American small businesses have personally seen extreme weather impact their business.” And 57% of those very same small businesses do not have disaster recovery plans. More than half of all SMBs simply aren’t prepared.

Are you one of these businesses?

Priceless peace of mind.

The first thing a business continuity plan provides is peace of mind.

No one wants to think about the possibility of a disaster, but the unexpected does sometimes happen. If something like that happens to your business and you don’t have a business continuity plan, everything comes to a complete stop. You’ll have to rebuild your business from the ground up. And while you’re rebuilding, you’ll lose money, time and even clients.

With a business continuity plan in place, you can rest assured your business will continue, even if the worst happens.

Cost-effectiveness for the win.

Let’s talk cost-effectiveness.

When a business is caught without a continuity plan, it’s not just your productivity that’s affected. The cost of rebuilding a business from the ground up can easily bankrupt a company. And even if you’re flush with cash, you’ll still lose valuable time. Time you could have spent making money.

The beauty of convenience.

In the worst of times, the last thing you want is to experience the inconvenience of having to figure out who to call, when to call them, and where to start the rebuilding process. These things are complex and often take hours of time to work through, especially if you have no plan.

A business continuity plan won’t completely eliminate the sense of chaos, but it will add some much needed convenience into the mix. You’ll know where to go and what to do to get back on your feet. You’ll also have a way to continue working, so you don’t have to worry about lasting negative impact on your business.

Organized to the hilt.

Organization is critical in a time when everything’s in disarray. We’ve experienced this firsthand. When our clients have a solid plan, they’re able to navigate even the most difficult situations with a strategic focus. And that’s what you want when things get rough.

At KME Systems, we ensure none of our clients experience the utter hopelessness of dealing with a disaster unprepared. We don’t want you to become another statistic.

Get in touch with us today to begin the process of developing your business continuity plan.

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