Case study: Severn Trent Services Group

For many firms, regular rehearsals of their business continuity plans are rarely, if ever undertaken – leaving them ill prepared should the time come when they need to invoke them.

For many firms, regular rehearsals of their business continuity plans are rarely, if ever undertaken – leaving them ill prepared should the time come when they need to invoke them.

All too often,managers are unconvinced of the benefits to their enterprise and often unwilling to devote the necessary time to run through how their plans would work in real life. But Severn Trent Services, knows that not regularly rehearsing their plans would be a false economy. To them rehearsals aren’t an inconvenience or a luxury – it is at the core of their business continuity strategy – providing necessary reassurance to the company and their clients.

This was last published in May 2011

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