Digitizing crisis management & business continuity
"We're on a mission to build a better future where technology replaces binders, call-lists, and spreadsheets when you're dealing with a crisis or business interruption."
Crisis management plans need to be operational on an extreme level. They must be easy-to-understand, regularly updated and state the actions that are needed to be executed. Having plans as such allows for a quick immediate response and a solid understanding of what should be prioritized. Having action-based plans allow you to remain calm in high-pressure situations and know when you improvise and when to stick to protocol. This is why pilots adhere to checklists.
When going from ‘business-as-usual’ to crisis-mode you need to activate the relevant resources instantly. Outdated call-lists and dusty binders are not sufficient nor scalable. Krizo’s activation module allows you to activate any plan instantly and automatically redelegate actions to assignees who are not responding within predetermined timeframes.
Evaluation is an integral part of crisis management as learnings are discussed and implemented in the new and improved setup. Evaluation today is a complete mess as data and communication are scattered throughout the entire organization.
In Krizo, everything is logged and grouped in the right context making evaluation streamlined and data-driven.