What steps do you take to maximise your business continuity against unforeseen circumstances?
This short series explores the protections SES has developed to provide our customers with guaranteed business continuity in the event your software supplier is unable to support your business critical applications.
At SES, our goal has always been to drive the Software Escrow industry forward, delivering the most comprehensive, secure and best value protections to our customers. Our latest service offering is a complete SaaS continuity service which we call the Licensee Continuity Plan (LCP).
The LCP Escrow Agreement is designed to guarantee complete and rapid accessibility to hosted applications in the event that the hosted environment or supplier are no longer available to provide the service.
This market-leading SaaS Continuity service is a live and functioning disaster recovery solution. When called upon, SES will be responsible for rapidly recreating the working service on your behalf. Following a confirmed release, the LCP will provide a guaranteed period of service continuity. Providing invaluable time to make alternative arrangements – whether that’s bringing the service in-house or transitioning to a replacement. This period of continuity is built into the coverage from the start and guaranteed by SES.
However, our LCP comprises much more than continuity for our customers most valuable applications:
Over the coming weeks, this series will continue to explore our LCP Escrow agreement in more depth, including:
Part two of this series is coming next week. In the meantime, if you have any questions, concerns or would like to discuss your business continuity plan in more detail, please click here to speak to one of our specialists.
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