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Do you have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place?
GA has helped a number of organisations develop a Disaster Recovery Plan or Business Continuity Plan. This process looks at your office, communications, staff and of course IT systems - and can be provided at an affordable cost.
- What would you do if your office was unusable due to fire?
- How long would you want your business to be out of action? 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week?
- Where would your staff go?
- How would customers & suppliers get hold of you?
If you do not have a plan in place then you are unlikely to be anywhere close to your target recovery time – and many businesses go bust when they are unable to trade for a number of days or weeks as a result of fire.
Our Disaster Recovery planning process typically involves 3 days of our time for a business of up to 25 staff. For 25-100 staff this may increase to 5 days of consultancy time. We work with you to develop a pragmatic plan which is proportionate to your budget – and the exercise includes basic disaster recovery testing and a staff awareness session, which we can repeat on an annual basis if required.
The Orion Farming Group is a farmer owned and controlled agricultural buying group whose main aim is to provide a high quality, low cost procurement service to its members.
Orion has a combined membership of over 330 farming businesses, spread across the Home and Southern counties and into the South West of England.
With membership turnover in excess of £44 million the Group is able to negotiate with key national and local suppliers, in order to offer members competitively priced inputs at an affordable administrative charge. www.ofg.org.uk
The trustees of the Orion Farming Group decided that the business had reached such a significant turnover that their Disaster Recovery Plans should be reviewed. GA were appointed and, after an initial meeting with senior management, assessed the IT systems as well as appointing a decision-making unit for the day of a disaster,
identifying a potential alternative office for staff should it be required, reviewing other equipment, paper-based systems, phones and other telecommunications.
How we would go about helping you - click here to download further information about our Project Approach to Disaster Recovery Planning.