During the past 10 years Lootok has been in business, we’ve stayed vendor agnostic while implementing many different crisis management and business continuity tools for clients. Humbled by our own trials and tribulations with software, we had yet to meet a vendor we felt excited about.
That changed last fall when we decided to partner with Clearview, our technological counterpart we’ve come to know and trust. We’re proud to say we believe ClearView to be the best software solution in the market. Read why.
Lootok is Clearview’s Americas service provider.
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In our business, we can all identify with the feeling that something bad is looming—the next big power outage, unprecedented snowstorm, or vicious cyber attack is right around the corner. Sometimes it can feel like all we’re doing is getting ready for a negative event.
Many industry activities—things like assessments, plans, exercising, and auditing—help to create this “wait-for-impact culture.” As we evaluate endless industry standards, regulations, and consulting methodologies, there is a hyper-focus on documentation, policies, procedures, steering committees, and audits.
This methodical approach works with well-defined risks, or those threats that are so familiar to us that we’ve integrated them into the way we do business. But what about complex risk? The most procedural checklists and plans don’t account for managing those threats that we’ve yet to figure out. Risks that are still emerging and largely unknown are the ones that could actually leave us vulnerable.
Ten years ago, we developed Lootok’s BCM Model®* because we realized that it wouldn’t ever be enough for leaders to simply respond. For companies to stay competitive, leaders must be more proactive than ever to also consider threats that are on the horizon.
This presentation was presented at the D.C. Analyst Roundtable. I was asked to speak on crisis management, business continuity, and how to run a program like a business. You can download the presentation from SlideShare.
I presented at the BCI World Conference in London. My topic was on using learning, training, and awareness concepts and techniques to implement and maintain a business continuity and crisis management software. The objective is to better leverage software to drive adoption and quality.
BCI World Conference participants should be able to obtain a copy of the presentation from the BCI.
Using concepts and techniques from behavioral science and game theory, I suggested better ways to deliver software implementation and maintenance. Lootok has partnered with ClearView - an awarding winning globally recognized business continuity and crisis management software. We are ClearView’s North America service provider. We selected ClearView as the our software of choice after a lengthy due diligence process. Our partnership brings new capabilities as well has higher quality of service to the marketplace.
ClearView Continuity software can solve a lot of problems. For example:
The “on time, on budget, and as promised” motto that dominates our industry is a cliché. It’s the stock answer when asked how to evaluate a project’s success. You may achieve one or maybe two of these measures, but satisfying all three is no easy feat. While project plans can help, you need much more. At Lootok, we deliver projects through two proprietary means: ODWR® and 5Ds®.
Why can’t risk management, crisis management, and business continuity be a rewarding experience that people actively desire to be involved with?