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Impiger Technologies Introduces the Business Continuity Plan to Tackle Present Disruption

Business Continuity Program

Dallas, TX: In the wake of the novel coronavirus, companies are shifting their conventional work mode to a remote structure. Impiger Technologies has taken a similar step to contain the effects of the virus as well. In order to ensure that the business momentum continues to remain at the current pace, the organization has crafted an efficient Business Continuity Plan (BCP) that plugs the connectivity and efficiency gap that might prevail during remote working. 

This BCP model will be taking care of the following:

Data protection: Impiger Technologies will be ensuring that the data remains protected via smooth access management and approval workflows, secured by VPN and VNC in place. This will be in force irrespective of the location of the workforce.

Virtual meetings and remote work among the stakeholders will be seamlessly executed by connectivity tools like Skype, Microsoft Teams, Jira and People1 (Impiger's Intranet platform) to ensure that. Thanks to these tools, we are positive that we shall ensure 100% productivity.

Employee availability: In order to decimate the viral spread, the clients will be working remotely and equipped with the latest tools and software to ensure that their work process remains glitch-free and are available for any communication at all designated working hours.