Being shortlisted for the BCI Awards is a huge honour and a testament to the efforts that continue to be put towards leading the industry in developing ground-breaking solutions.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 17 May 2014
In both instances, the multi-award winning business continuity and communications expert has been shortlisted for Business Continuity Provider of the Year and Business Continuity Innovation of the Year for COMMAND, which has also been shortlisted for innovation in the CIR Awards, taking place on 29 May 2014.
Launched this year, COMMAND is an intuitive, self-managed system offering the ability to coordinate processes, operations and schedules while providing flexible reporting, automation and communication tools. Since its launch, interest in COMMAND has been high, thanks to its workflow and auditing functions, and the unique ability to instantly locate and replicate processes and communicate instructions.
“Vocal’s double shortlisting demonstrates our dedication to furthering our offering and consistently improving the standards set by our industry,” says Vocal’s Trevor Wheatley-Perry. “Being shortlisted for the BCI Awards is a huge honour and a testament to the efforts that continue to be put towards leading the industry in developing ground-breaking solutions.”
The 2014 BCI India Awards will be presented on May 19 in Mumbai as part of the second Business & IT Resilience Summit, and the BCI European Awards will take place in Amsterdam on May 21 as part of the Executive Forum.
The winners from both sets of BCI awards will automatically be entered into the BCI Global Awards 2014, which will take place in London this November, during the BCM World Conference and Exhibition 2014.