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ContinuitySA shortlisted in four categories in BCI Africa Awards

ContinuitySA has been shortlisted in four categories for the forthcoming annual Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Africa Awards.

ContinuitySA has been shortlisted in four categories for the forthcoming annual Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Africa Awards. The award winners will be announced at a gala dinner and ceremony to be held in Johannesburg on 12 September 2017, and regional winners will go forward into the global awards.

"The BCI Africa Awards are an annual celebration of the best, brightest and most innovative in the continuity and resilience industry across the region. We are delighted that so many of our staff and projects are contenders for these awards," says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA.

ContinuitySA has been shortlisted in the following categories:

  • Consultant: Padma Naidoo.
  • Innovation: ContinuitySA and Dimension Data for the Central Delivery Organisation powered by MRMP.
  • Team: ContinuitySA's Global Centre of Excellence.
  • Industry Personality: Jeremy Capell.

Winners will be decided by a panel of industry experts, except the Industry Personality award which was a public vote.

James McAlister FBCI, Chairman of the Business Continuity Institute, commented "These awards are a great celebration of those who help make our organisations more resilient to disruptions and lessen their impact on stakeholders."

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