Disaster Recovery Planning / Business Continuity Management Consultants providing services to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Australia; Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, China; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Brunei and Singapore.
Organisations are increasingly at risk as their dependence on critical resources such as information technology systems, networks, call centres, and IVR transaction processing systems continues to increase. The loss of these resources, for even a short time, can result in major impacts being felt, such as an inability to carry on operations, financial losses, loss of critical controls, damage to credibility, and breach of regulatory provisions.
Montrose is a business continuity management / disaster recovery planning specialist with
unrivaled expertise in this field. We believe that our long track record in providing service has uniquely qualified us in this specialised area. Montrose is not linked to any other organisation and is therefore well positioned to give impartial advice and to make recommendations that are in the best interests of our clients.
Montrose has a long list of clients which includes government and private sector organisations in a
variety of industries. We are pleased to count some of the most prestigious and reputable organizations among our business continuity management / disaster recovery planning clients such as:
- Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service
- Babcock & Brown
- IBM Global Services
- IMB Banking and Financial Services
- ITG Limited [unit of Flight Centre Limited]
- Lend Lease
- Parliament of New South Wales
- Trust Company of Australia Limited
- Rabobank / Primary Industry Bank
- Readers Digest
- University of Southern Queensland
Business Continuity Planning Methodology
Our structured Business Continuity Planning Methodology provides a systematic approach as well as
important checkpoints in the process. It also ensures that quality standards are met. Our senior management consultants assist in:
- Identifying BCP requirements and supporting business rationale
- Making recommendations as to the most viable and cost-effective recovery solutions
- The development, testing and implementation of a Business Continuity program that best supports the client’s strategic goals
Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
The BIA component establishes the organisation’s requirement for Business Continuity Planning. An
overview of the approach taken to this aspect is provided in the following diagram.
Physical Security Assessment
Our Security Planning Service helps identify threats and vulnerabilities that may exist in the client
organisation and leads to the development of a cohesive risk reduction program. The Montrose approach, which includes a Physical Security Assessment, is well established covering critical aspects of corporate security.
Business Continuity Planning Statement of Work
If you would like to discuss your needs, or to have a Statement of Work prepared, please Contact Us.