Does Your Credit Union Have a Business Continuity Plan?
Posted by Cecylia Cackowski on January 7, 2019 in General Info

Consider this: How someone evaluates a relationship with a business is often based upon what they don’t experience. A routine is a routine because it has no disruptions. That’s why your credit union needs a business continuity plan.

Reliable, secure document management is non-negotiable for credit unions, and there’s no excuse not to have procedures in place to mitigate an incident or a disaster. A business continuity plan ensures that even in a surprise scenario, there are no surprises to your members or employees.

So, what could happen? Systems could crash. A hurricane could strike. It’s imperative to maintain continuity when these external factors threaten to disrupt the welcome sameness of a well-functioning system. You want to buy a plunger before the toilet clogs.

Don’t have the time to develop a plan?

Think you don’t need one?

Haven’t found a solution that works yet?

Don’t know where to start?

That’s where we step in.

Our redundant production facilities allow us to transfer your work should disaster strike, so production of your documents is not interrupted. But we recognize that business continuity is more than a seamless transfer. In a time when document security is an increasingly important factor in all decision making, we go the extra mile to protect your information. Using database replication and software synchronization, we ensure your confidential data is always secure and that industry compliance standards are met.

Important aside: a business continuity plan isn’t only effective in times of disaster. (The hope, of course, is that there’s never a disaster.) It also boosts member confidence, and you don’t want to gamble with that.

When it comes to your business, it’s all critical. Contact Diamond to continue the conversation about continuity.

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