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About RecoveryPlanner.com – Business Continuity Management

Founded by experts in disaster recovery, business continuity and emergency response in 1999, RecoveryPlanner assists organizations with making BCP uncomplicated.  Hundreds of thousands of users across all industries rely on RecoveryPlanner.  RecoveryPlanner.com delivers Business Continuity Management, with the web-based RecoveryPlanner® business continuity software.

Coupled with attentive and expert services, RecoveryPlanner® RPX software uniquely provides an integrated business continuity planning (BCP) system for all stages of business continuity planning and recovery supports all stages of business continuity planning and management.  The software helps simplify and accelerate risk assessment, business impact analysis (BIA); plan development, testing, distribution, updating and auditing; interactive event and crisis recovery management, communications and emergency notification services.


PINpoint for Blackberry is a corporate application that facilitates cooperation and coordination, by ensuring that BlackBerry users always have up-to-date information stored on their handhelds, including critical documents and contact lists.

Following a defined schedule, PINpoint automatically collects the most up-to-date documents and contact information from your internal systems, and pushes them to the BlackBerry devices you designate. Pushed information is automatically stored in your BlackBerrys' cache memory, thus ensuring that it will be available when your users need it, even if your systems are down or unreachable.

Complete and up-to-date documents and contact information are particularly valuable for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans, making PINpoint a great communications enabler for when your corporate systems are unavailable (e.g. to use pin-to-pin messaging, cell phones, or to refer to emergency plans and procedures).