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ContingenZ revamps disaster recovery planning product

19 July 2005  |  1249 views  |  0 Source: ContingenZ

ContingenZ Corporation has released a fully redesigned and expanded version of IMCD, its innovative business continuity and disaster recovery planning software.

This new version, available free for trial use on the company's web site, now includes a host of new features and capabilities ensuring that IMCD remains the tool of choice for small to mid-sized businesses and for larger organisations with limited budgets.

Over the past two years, IMCD has been simplifying and expediting the continuity and disaster recovery planning process for business and municipalities by integrating the planning methodology into a simple-to-use product that does not require the user to have previous expertise in continuity planning.

IMCD is now also a full document control center for continuity, recovery and related documents. Incorporate existing documentation, including business processes, maps, mission statements, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance controls, HIPAA procedures and others, directly into IMCD. Changes to other documents are automatically incorporated into IMCD.

A fully redesigned user interface with many new features and capabilities streamlines the process and enhances the user experience. The plan can now also be saved in a range of formats, including PDF, MS Word, Plain Text, HTML and MS Excel formats.

"We are very pleased to be releasing this new version at a time when interest in business continuity planning is high," says Michael Miora, CEO of ContingenZ Corporation. "IMCD is the tool of choice for organizations with limited budgets that must nevertheless comply with government regulations, customer requirements and industry best practices."

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