RecoveryPlanner acquired by Agility

Agility has acquired US-based provider of business continuity software and consultancy services, RecoveryPlanner. In addition to tools for business continuity planning, incident management and risk management, the RecoveryPlanner team, including CEO Monica Goldstein and the company’s business continuity planners will now be part of the Agility team and offering.

“We have seen an increased demand for business continuity planning assistance as companies rethink and elevate their overall risk management,” said Jon Bahl, CEO of Agility Recovery. “RecoveryPlanner has industry expertise and credibility working with clients to manage risk and incidents, including complex, robust business continuity planning, which meshes perfectly with our simple, lighter approach through Agility Planner. In keeping with our mission, we now offer end-to-end business continuity planning for businesses, no matter how simple or complex their program requirements.”

The acquisition of RecoveryPlanner strengthens the Agility SaaS offering and brand previously elevated through the acquisitions of Recovery Solutions in 2020, Preparis emergency notification software in 2019, and Rentsys Recovery Services in 2018.

Agility is a portfolio company of private equity firm LLR Partners.

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