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TESTING

Our Testing Options Include

  • On-site testing at our facilities in Atlanta or Las Vegas
    • Additional sites in Austin, Philadelphia, Sacramento
  • Simulated recovery environment at your location
  • Virtual tabletop testing
  • Remote over IP testing

YOUR PLAN BUT BETTER 

One of the hardest parts of building a great business continuity plan is that you might never use it, but if you do, it must perform perfectly.

There’s no room for trial and error in a plan meant to guide you and your team in an emergency.

Our customers can use a controlled environment guided by our team of experts to examine, execute, and improve their plan and their team.

CASE STUDY: HONOR CAPITAL

Honor Capital provides insurance premium financing to commercial and private clients. With a footprint covering all 50 states, they must be able to service clients and maintain financial operations and compliance, no matter the interruption. Having a robust business continuity strategy is a foundational component of their overall business plan. Testing this plan annually allows them to ensure they meet the regulations under which they operate while continuing to protect their clients’ interests and the organization’s bottom line.

Every year, Honor Capital performs a full recovery of their central client account database to new hardware at our Atlanta operations facility. They believe that providing Honor Capital representatives across the nation with reliable access to this data is a mission critical function, making this annual exercise a crucial component of their business plan. With the help of our on-site Test Managers, they regularly encounter various opportunities to improve their strategy and build better redundancy through the process.

Testing our program is among the most valuable projects we undertake each year. Testing with Agility Recovery is a simple, effective process and I simply don’t know how you can have confidence in your plan without going through this exercise.
Richard E. Eaton, IT Director, Honor Capital

TESTING

Our Testing Options Include

  • On-site testing at our facilities in Atlanta or Las Vegas
    • Additional sites in Austin, Philadelphia, Sacramento
  • Simulated recovery environment at your location
  • Virtual tabletop testing
  • Remote over IP testing

YOUR PLAN BUT BETTER 

One of the hardest parts of building a great business continuity plan is that you might never use it, but if you do, it must perform perfectly.

There’s no room for trial and error in a plan meant to guide you and your team in an emergency.

Our customers can use a controlled environment guided by our team of experts to examine, execute, and improve their plan and their team.

CASE STUDY: HONOR CAPITAL

Honor Capital provides insurance premium financing to commercial and private clients. With a footprint covering all 50 states, they must be able to service clients and maintain financial operations and compliance, no matter the interruption. Having a robust business continuity strategy is a foundational component of their overall business plan. Testing this plan annually allows them to ensure they meet the regulations under which they operate while continuing to protect their clients’ interests and the organization’s bottom line.

Every year, Honor Capital performs a full recovery of their central client account database to new hardware at our Atlanta operations facility. They believe that providing Honor Capital representatives across the nation with reliable access to this data is a mission critical function, making this annual exercise a crucial component of their business plan. With the help of our on-site Test Managers, they regularly encounter various opportunities to improve their strategy and build better redundancy through the process.

Testing our program is among the most valuable projects we undertake each year. Testing with Agility Recovery is a simple, effective process and I simply don’t know how you can have confidence in your plan without going through this exercise.

Richard E. Eaton, IT Director, Honor Capital