Wrike, the agile collaborative work management platform for newly remote teams, today announced the release of Business Continuity Plans (BCP) within its workspace. Business Continuity Plans are detailed templates offering business leaders a roadmap to maintaining operations with high levels of efficiency in times of change.
Because the speed at which the COVID-19 pandemic is evolving makes it difficult for a simple plan to remain relevant for long, Wrike’s Business Continuity Plans are designed with dynamics in mind to maintain alignment.
“While many companies have crisis management and continuity plans, those plans are often siloed and outdated in a matter of days and result in key stakeholders left in the dark about critical aspects of operations,” said Andrew Filev, founder and CEO of Wrike. “To deal with the current unprecedented levels of volatility, business continuity plans must instead be powered by real-time data and rapid collaboration.”
Wrike’s BCPs will help employers:
- Keep track of remote employee health and availability
- Mitigate business disruptions and identify alternative allocations available to keep projects on track
- Mitigate project risk and quickly identify projects requiring immediate attention and their impact on revenue
- Rapidly respond and communicate with clarity, aligning internal and external communications to core business changes
Business Continuity Plans have been released into the workspaces of Wrike’s qualifying customers. Businesses that don’t currently use Wrike can sign-up to use Wrike free for 6 months with accounts that include BCPs. Learn more here.
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