15 PLANS ??Over 2 years??
In my opinion you should have ONE (1) plan - IT only or, as it should be, enterprise wide. There are ways to make even the most detailed enterprise plan "responder friendly."
Over the course of the year you _should_ try to graduate beyond the desktop walk-through, but it's "better than nothing."
I have worked for a number of Big Name organizations, 4 of which owned the leading proprietary business continuity software. None - repeat none - implemented it; it was, I was told, too expensive and too difficult to implement. In each case, the four license holders insisted the plans be in common business software (i.e., MS Office, Open Office). I _have_ seen a software that seemed
"user friendly," but if I'm correct and you should really only have one (1) plan, then proprietary software is not needed.
BTW, in one case, I managed 47 unique sites across 17 U.S. states using common business software - 47 plans and 47 exercises each year.
Your post suggests to me that more than BC software you need
(a) to rethink the number of plans and
(b) scheduling/calendar software - and maybe an amanuensis.
Lastly, do you REALLY
need templates? You are a CBCP and should have the knowledge to develop plans on your own (unless, of course, you developed your own template).