Global Software Company Will Tackle the Biggest Challenges Facing Organizations to Build Operational Resilience and Maintain Business Continuity
The roadshow will take place from September 8 to October 18, in 8 cities in the Asia-Pacific region
The show will have three stops in India – Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.
Bangalore, September 8: Everbridge, a global software company that automates and accelerates organizations’ operational response to critical events, is hosting the “APAC Resilience Roadshow” themed “Powering Enterprise Resilience”. The event included keynote addresses and panel discussions by renowned speakers, as well as a free Business Resilience Assessment. The APAC Resilience Roadshow will be held in 8 cities across the Asia-Pacific region, with three stops in India – Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore on September 6, 7 and 9 respectively.
Through this event, the company hopes to shed light on the need for robust operational resilience to protect people, businesses and infrastructure. It examines the future of resilience, common challenges in building operational resilience and ensuring business continuity, and how well organizations can prepare for a crisis. The event also highlights the critical role of technology in enabling organizations to respond, adapt and grow securely.
A ZDnet report cited APAC as the most targeted region in 2021, supporting one in four cybersecurity attacks globally. The APAC region is also 4 times more prone to natural disasters than the rest of the region. By bringing its critical event management solutions to the region, the company plans to unlock business opportunities and act as a partner for businesses on their resilience journey.
“The past two years have been a definite wake-up call for business leaders and security professionals around the world, especially in the APAC region. Critical events such as a global pandemic, civil unrest, severe weather, terrorist attacks, and supply chains have disrupted the very foundation of businesses, and forward-looking leaders have begun to not only focus on recovery, but also prioritized building organizational resilience systems. Ultimately, organizational resilience can only be achieved through a robust and unified response system across physical and digital infrastructure. says Tracy Reinhold, chief security officer at Everbridge.
“Everbridge was established with a commitment to keep people safe and accelerate business, and this roadshow is another step in that direction. We are encouraged by the excellent response in India and look forward our upcoming events in the APAC region.”, he adds
The events featured renowned speakers such as Mr. Daman Dev Sood- EY, Ms. Ratna Pawan- EY, Mr. Alexander V Chacko- Infosys, Captain Sanjay-Wipro, Mr. Yogesh Kumar – Tata, Mr. PA. Mahendran-Philips. Through this roadshow, the company hopes to develop its business in the region and aim for accelerated expansion in the years to come.
Everbridge was founded in 2002 following the tragic events of 9/11 with a mission to help keep people safe in critical situations. We initially focused on building the most reliable and scalable notification engine in the industry, backed by redundancies in SMS and other message delivery capabilities, and with very fast execution, to ensure that messages are received without fail when people’s safety is at risk. This high bar has provided us with an extremely reliable underlying infrastructure.
Over time, we have greatly expanded our capabilities to meet customer needs and today we offer a critical event management platform that helps organizations manage the full lifecycle of a critical event: assess risk and determine which ones are relevant to your assets and people; Locate mobile and itinerant employees, as well as responders, who are near or traveling to risk areas; Act to automate standard operating procedures to initiate and manage incident response; and Analyze performance to identify bottlenecks and improve response to subsequent events.
Our critical event management solutions are used by more than 6,100 global organizations to keep people safe and prevent and/or reduce disruption to operations when events such as severe weather, workplace violence, active shooters, terrorism, computer and electrical outages, environmental spills, social media brand attacks, product recalls and medical emergencies occur.