Fluidmaster Improves Access to Its Business Continuity Plans with RockDove Solutions’ In Case of Crisis App

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During Business Continuity Awareness Week 2016, RockDove Solutions Offers Tips for Streamlining Accessibility to Business Continuity Plans, Including its Recent Work with Fluidmaster

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“Our incident management team has embraced In Case of Crisis due to its quick ability to view organizational recovery plans on any mobile device and even when Wi-Fi is not available,” said Deborah Wright, senior program coordinator of Fluidmaster.

Just in time for Business Continuity Awareness Week 2016, May 16-20, RockDove Solutions announced that Fluidmaster, the industry leader in toilet valve technology and repair products, is using its crisis management solution, In Case of Crisis, to mobilize Fluidmaster’s business continuity and emergency response plans and turn them into digital playbooks.

Fluidmaster has two plans available via the In Case of Crisis app: a business continuity plan for its incident management team who were previously using flash drives and binders, and a general emergency response plan for every worker in its headquarters. By making these plans more accessible and actionable, the In Case of Crisis app is helping to strengthen Fluidmaster’s resiliency during any crisis.

“Our incident management team has embraced In Case of Crisis due to its quick ability to view organizational recovery plans on any mobile device and even when Wi-Fi is not available,” said Deborah Wright, senior program coordinator of Fluidmaster. “Employees might not be able to get a signal on their phones – a real concern in earthquake-prone California – but with the mobile app they won’t need one since business continuity plans will already be at their fingertips.”

During Business Continuity Awareness Week 2016, RockDove Solutions is offering organizations the following business continuity best practices:

1.    Increase accessibility to plans -- Organizations should use mobile technology so business continuity plans are available to all important internal and external stakeholders and employees on their smartphones or tablets at all times. This empowers them to perform their emergency response tactics sooner, which leads to a faster recovery.

2.    Update your plans frequently – Sharing the most up-to-date recovery plans and procedures is crucial for achieving optimal business resilience. With new threats emerging every day, from weather emergencies to cyber attacks, a mobile app can help you quickly distribute updated plans to make sure everyone is prepared to respond to a crisis and get back to normal business as soon as possible.

3.    Communicate in real-time – Digitizing business continuity plans allows organizations to push real-time updates and alerts to relevant stakeholders and employees even if they are out of the office, which can help to prevent dangerous delays in your business’ recovery.

4.    Practice your plans – Recovery begins when a crisis starts, so it is important to be confident in your business continuity plans. Take time to run through drills with all stakeholders to make sure they can react quickly and decisively and to ensure there are no potential gaps or vulnerabilities within plans.

For more, visit http://www.rockdovesolutions.com.

About RockDove Solutions
RockDove Solutions, developer of the adaptable mobile crisis management solution In Case of Crisis, helps organizations turns their crisis management, business continuity, emergency preparedness, and workplace safety plans into accessible and actionable digital playbooks. Serving hundreds of public and private institutions, in the rapidly growing enterprise mobile marketplace, the company’s award-winning, customizable crisis app prepares companies to quickly and effectively respond to crises. For more information, visit http://www.rockdovesolutions.com.

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