I am proud of the team’s achievements and the recognition we have received, we are looking forward to the future as we continue to strive to innovate and be a market leader in our industry
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 24 March 2016
Cobalt’s Business Continuity Manager platform has been shortlisted for Business Continuity Management Planning Software of the Year, and represents the next step in sustainable, efficient and user-friendly Business Continuity Planning and Crisis Management. It is an excellent example of the company’s mission to understand global requirements and respond with innovative, user-centric technology, as is Cobalt’s submission for the Most Innovative Solution, its IT Disaster Recovery solution, a super-dynamic interactive platform that helps an organisation to minimise the effects of downtime. The third award Cobalt is in the running for is Specialist Company of the Year.
2015 has been the most exciting year for Cobalt. From expanding its global presence by opening its new EMEA office in the UK, innovation in product development with the launch of three new products: Mobile Plan Management, Threat and Risk Management and Security Management, and evidencing its innovation and market place as one of just four companies awarded entry in to the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Hall of Fame.
Jean-Francois Plante, CEO and founder of Cobalt, said: “Every member of the Cobalt team has played an important role in our growth and success over the past year. I am proud of the team’s achievements and the recognition we have received, we are looking forward to the future as we continue to strive to innovate and be a market leader in our industry; we believe and hope our company is worthy of a CIR Award this year.”
With a global reach and offices in North America, the Middle-East and the UK, Cobalt’s team of experts provide end-to-end services and solutions to clients wanting to plan, control and limit the impacts of changes within their business environment wherever they are in the world.
The Business Continuity Awards winners will be announced at the Business Continuity Awards gala dinner and ceremony on 9 June 2016, at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.
“Congratulations to all organisations that made the shortlist for the 2016 Awards, and best of luck. We look forward to celebrating with you at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square, in June," says Deborah Ritchie, editor, CIR and chair of the Business Continuity Awards judging panel.
Notes to the editor:
About the Business Continuity Awards:
Now in their 18th year, the Business Continuity Awards recognise those business continuity, security, resilience and risk professionals whose innovative strategies and industry savvy make them stand out above the rest. Judged by an independent panel of experts for exceptional performance, the awards provide an opportunity for organisations and individuals to showcase their best products, projects and people. Winning a Business Continuity Award is the definitive mark of achievement in your sector and provides individuals and organisations with unparalleled professional recognition.
Find out more: http://www.cirmagazine.com/businesscontinuityawards
View the finalists at: http://www.cirmagazine.com/businesscontinuityawards
Founded in 2008, Cobalt is at the forefront of the business continuity industry, providing advanced, innovative solutions to companies seeking to increase their resilience to the ubiquitous threats to security and productivity. As one of only four companies in the world entered into the BCI Hall of Fame, Cobalt has been recognised for its commitment to the business continuity industry. Its award-winning range of products has been developed using the latest technology and following consultation with its valued asset, its stakeholders. With its headquarters in Canada, an EMEA hub in London and an office in UAE, Cobalt is positioned to increase its accessibility to its worldwide customer base.