One size does not fit all. Not everyone needs to be a business continuity or risk management expert, but everyone needs to contribute what they know and be able to access what they need if a program is to succeed. Program Managers have very different interests and needs than contributors and business executives. Therefore, the Fusion Framework is designed to directly address the needs of all stakeholders as individuals with their own priorities and preferences.
Program Managers are tasked to gather, organize, process and distribute information across the organization. Current, complete and accurate information is essential to the success of any Business Continuity program. The Fusion Framework provides a suite of "power tools" that make Program Managers more effective and efficient.
Powerful and flexible doesn’t have to mean complex and cumbersome. The Fusion Framework is equipped with the most powerful and intuitive administrative console, enabling the System Admin to optimize the Framework’s functionality and provide exceptional service and support. What once required code can now easily be accomplished in just a few clicks!
Business Continuity is rarely the only job that contributors and planners have. The Fusion Framework captures, organizes and delivers information in ways that transform the planning process. The result is more effective and efficient engagement in the planning process, a more fulfilling user experience, and a more viable program.
Risk management cuts across all aspects of an organization. The Risk Manager has to be able to identify, organize, measure and mitigate risks. The Fusion Framework provides an effective and efficient way to manage and measure risks of every kind, across the enterprise, leveraging BC foundation data, or vice versa.
Business is the art and science of managing risk for profit. Executives make risk-based decisions every day based on fiscal and fiduciary drivers. The Fusion Framework empowers executives and business managers to make informed decisions related to continuity of operations without requiring them to become business continuity experts or risk managers.