Castellan unveils SaaS solution

Castellan Solutions has launched its new SaaS tool.

The provider’s fully integrated software suite uses automation and intelligence to solve operational resilience, business continuity, crisis management and emergency notification challenges within one platform. The product’s operational resilience functionality promises to "go beyond traditional business continuity" by identifying hidden cracks in advance and giving users the ability to predict, define, assess, test and recover from disruption.

“The pandemic has exposed organisational vulnerabilities and caused many leaders to realise that their businesses weren’t adequately prepared for disruption. We believe this lack of readiness highlights the importance of stronger business continuity and operational resilience capabilities,” says Jon Ezrine, CEO of Castellan Solutions.

“Our new offering will help organisations evolve from having good business continuity programmes to great operationally resilient businesses prepared for any inevitable disruptions.”

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