More than 30 participants from leading financial institutions, TELCO operators and large industries, accredited company for ISO standards certifikation as well as University Professors gathered on event organized by Native Consulting named “Ready for tomorrow". Together with Native and ROG team, they discussed the importance of Business Continuity Management in everyday business. We would like once again, to thank HP Serbia for sponsoring this event.
Participants had possibility to hear the presentations from Günter Glessmann of ROG GmbH, who presented a powerful tool for Disaster Management and Business Impact assessment. Tibor Štrajh and Petar Balković from Native consulting presented their services including development of Business Continuity management in companies operating in Serbia. Sergej P. Santos Carvalho from Orion Telekom covered in his presentation implementation of Integrated Management System with swift glance to one disaster scenario that has been triggered due to the floods in May this year. And Jasmina Trajkovski covered implementation of BCM through best practices and standards.
Our first event was organized to introduce BCM as an unavoidable and very important topic for all industries.
NATIVE, a young but experienced company and our partner ROG GmbH from Germany are „ready for tomorrow“. We transfer our knowledge and support you leverage on your success and most of all, protect your business from the unpredictable.
List of participants: National Bank of Serbia, Société Générale Banka, Banca Intesa, Komercijalna Banka, Alpha Banka, AIK Banka, VIP Mobile, Piraeus Banka, AS Osiguranje, Trasset, iCLoud, DIS, Belgrade Stock Exchange, ENEL PS, TetraSpect, ASM Point...
Who is ROG? – Günter Glessmann
Conventional Way vs. Integrated Application (ROG/BIA) – Günter Glessmann
TOP 7 Best Practices for Business Continuity (ROGSI) – Günter Glessmann
BCM Lifecycle ROGSI/DMS Suite – Günter Glessmann
Success Story - Implementation of IMS – Sergej P. Santos Carvalho
Trajkovski & Partners
Implementation of BCM through Best Practices and Standards – Jasmina Trajkovski