eBRP Solutions Network, Inc. (eBRP) has been named winner of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) 2013 Middle East Business Continuity Product Provider of the Year award for its flagship Business Continuity Management software eBRP Suite.
The awards ceremony, sponsored by the BCI, was held May 29th at the Middle East BCM Summit in Dubai, UAE, to recognize “the talents and achievements of some of the best BC professionals and organizations working in the Middle East Region”.
This is the second such 2013 BCI award for eBRP, which captured the BCI’s North American award for Business Continuity Product Provider of the Year, in Orlando, Florida in March. eBRP is also among the finalists for the same award in both Australasia and Europe, which will be awarded later this year.
eBRP was recognized for “being a Thought Leader in BCM”, according to the BCI announcement. “What sets this product apart is its capability as an Incident Management toolset. While other BCM software stops at Plans, eBRP Suite extends its focus to Response, and empowers BCM Professionals to create value and meet the challenges of business change.”
“We are honored to have eBRP Suite recognized by our peers in the Middle East for its ability to deliver value to Business Continuity programs in the region. The award publicly verifies what our customers already know: that eBRP Suite can help them gain efficiencies, expand their capabilities in BCM planning, and deliver the information necessary to respond effectively to any disruption of their day-to-day operations”, said Jim Mitchell, an eBRP Director. “We are also extremely proud to have been named Business Continuity Product Provider of the Year on two continents so far in 2013.”
About the BCI: Based in Caversham, UK, the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) was established in 1994 to promote the art and science of business continuity worldwide, and to assist organizations in preparing for and surviving minor and large-scale man-made and natural disasters. The BCI has more than 7,000 members, in over 100 countries, in an estimated 2,750 organizations in private, public and third sectors. http://TheBCI.org