Manufacturing Industry

Supply Chain Risk & Incident Management

Business continuity management protects your most critical assets by keeping operations connected, running smoothly and in compliance.

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Manufacturer's top threats: supply chain break, cyber and data hacks1
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70% of manufacturers experienced at least 1 supply chain break in the past year 2
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42% of manufacturers increased their business continuity spending 1

Taking Control of Threats by Planning for Disruptions

Manufacturing

Assurance Business Continuity Software helps you assess risks and create plans to make sure your entire supply chain is resilient and reliable. 

The Assurance Difference:

  • Enables you to uncover your risks and identify the weakest links in your supply chain
  • Protects your people by showing how they are connected to your business and resiliency efforts
  • Puts you in a better position to bounce back when an incident occurs, keeping you ahead of competition
  • Ensures you are compliant with ISO regulations and compliance requirements
1.“20th CEO Survey," PWC 2017    2. “The New Security Challenge: Are Media & Entertainment Companies Ready,” Accenture 2016.

Assurance Customer Success

I was able to allow the software package to handle and do the reporting and assembling of the information for me. Having a product that is accessible to the people and usable by the people is important.

Don Long, Business Continuity Planning Manager, Donegal Insurance

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Complimentary resources

Tip Sheet  Business Continuity Keeps Manufacturing Supply Chains from Breaking
Whitepaper  Breaking Down Business Continuity Barriers with Incident Management
Blog  How to Ensure Supply Chain Resiliency – Here’s Your Checklist
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