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04 February 2011

ClearView launches innovative Business Impact Analysis and Exercise modules

Following the high level of interest and extremely positive feedback to the recent release of its latest version of its business continuity management software, ClearView announces the launch of two new modules to its continuity management platform.

The innovative approach to business impact analysis uniquely blends the benefits of automation with BC professionals' expertise in a framework which allows both flexibility and ease of use for plan owners, together with structure and control for BC administrators.

The exercise management module allows users to ensure that resulting plans are subject to a structured exercise programme to support continual improvement. And all of this is wrapped up in a flexible dashboard and reporting function which enables key variables to be identified and highlighted quickly and efficiently.

Chief Executive Charles Boffin commented, 'We have followed our core principle of active client involvement in all our key developments to ensure that solutions remain practical, support best practice and also take advantage of the opportunities afforded by software, whilst complementing, not conflicting with, the skills of BC professionals.'

The modules will be available to all clients at no additional cost and underpin the Company's commitment to continual, collaborative development that focuses on ease of use and value for money. The ongoing development of new functionality is seen as adding real value, not an excuse to load licence fees!

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Contact details

Company:  ClearView
Name: Ian Crabb
Title: Business Continuity Specialist
Address: Astral House, Granville Way, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX26 4JT
Telephone: 07799 335323



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