ContinuitySA | Business Continuity Company
Business Resilience and Continuity Management
ContinuitySA is Africa’s leading provider of business continuity management services to public and private organisations. Delivered by highly skilled experts, its fully managed services include ICT resilience, enterprise risk management, work area recovery and BCM advisory—all designed to enhance business resilience in an age of escalating threat. By helping clients understand their risk profile, and then develop an appropriate risk-mitigation strategy, ContinuitySA provides peace of mind for all stakeholders. Our Business is Keeping You in Business.
Our services are focused on the provision of a complete Business Continuity Plan, Disaster Recovery Plan and Risk Management Plan, among which include:
- Enterprise Risk management,
- Business impact analysis,
- Business continuity planning,
- Crisis management planning,
- Gap Analysis,
- Provision of IT and business recovery facilities including office, contact centre, treasury dealing rooms and back-office recovery areas. All of these technologies are supported by skilled technical personnel who assist in successful Business Continuity and Disaster recovery plan testing and have experience in recovering from actual disasters.
ContinuitySA operates the continent’s biggest network of recovery centres, with more than 20000m2 of space in Gauteng (Midrand and Randburg), the Western Cape (Tyger Valley), Kwa-Zulu Natal (Westville) as well in Botswana, Kenya, Mozambique and Mauritius. ContinuitySA is a Gold Partner of the Business Continuity Institute as well as a Platinum Partner of Veeam.
ContinuitySA is committed to global best practice, sound governance, effective risk management and compliance – The first step towards establishing better governance within an organisation is to understand the potential risks faced by the organisation. BCM is a holistic management process that provides a framework around which an organisation can address operational risks and the impact that these risks could have on the organisation.
Corporate governance has emerged as a discipline that needs to be thoroughly understood by the entire business and needs to be elevated from the boardroom through the entire company.
A chain is only as strong as the weakest link – businesses today are complex and intricately interwoven through people, products, technology, communication and infrastructure. A business susceptible to an interruption within this co-dependence could certainly become a catalyst for harm to the organisation.