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The annual CIR Business Continuity Awards winners were announced on 9th December 2020 via a video broadcast. This different approach to usual was due to COVID-19 restrictions. The Business Continuity Awards recognise business continuity excellence demonstrated by individuals and organizations around the world.

This year’s winners were:

  • Best Contribution to Continuity & Resilience: Victoria Business Improvement District
  • Global Award: Abqaiq Plants-Saudi Aramco
  • Cloud-based Services: F-24
  • Most Innovative Product of the Year: Regus Workplace Recovery & Pronto Recovery
  • BCM Planning Software of the Year: ClearView
  • Resilience in Infrastructure & IT Service Delivery: Daisy
  • Excellence in BC in the Financial Sector: Nationwide Building Society
  • Resilient Workforce Award: South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue
  • Transformation Award: Allianz Insurance & LV
  • Incident Management Award: Nationwide Building Society
  • Initiative of the Year: Sky
  • Strategy of the Year: Wipro Technologies with RSA
  • Most Effective Recovery of the Year: CMAC
  • Specialist Technology Company of the Year: Spook
  • Specialist Company of the Year: Harwell Restoration
  • Team of the Year: Arab National Bank
  • Adviser of the Year: Justin Elks, Crowe
  • Newcomer of the Year: Bethany Warren, Horizonscan
  • Lifetime Achievement: Charlie Maclean-Bristol, PlanB Consulting
  • Business Continuity/Resilience Manager of the Year: Monica Sekhri, Coca-Cola European Partners

View the Awards announcement video here.

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