SYDNEY, Australia, 27 June 2023 | Beating market rivals, Noggin, a global industry leader in safety, security, and critical event management technology, today announced that it had won the prestigious BCM Planning Software of the Year award. Presented by CIR Magazine, the Business Continuity Awards, in their 25th year, are the definitive mark of excellence in the sector, celebrating the past year’s greatest successes in business continuity, security, and resilience.
The BCM Planning Software of the Year Award itself recognizes the software developer that has done the most for companies of all sizes to improve their continuity management and operational resilience whether servicing the public or private sector. Acknowledging innovation and design, judges looked to award the company that had incorporated into the product best practice within the field of business continuity management.
“We’re really honored to be recognized as the world's best business continuity solution,” said Noggin Chief Product Officer, Charlie Forsyth. “It’s a great affirmation of our investment in making Noggin a truly integrated and comprehensive resilience workspace.”
These sentiments echoed those provided by Noggin customer endorsers. Customers singled out the Noggin platform for ease of use and agility as well as increased automation, efficiency, and intelligent data management, enabling informed decision making for the entire business.
For his part, Noggin Chief Executive Officer, James Boddam-Whetham said: “The Award is a testament to the great product team and product managers behind Noggin. Their tireless efforts made Noggin’s Business Continuity software a best-in-class solution, and so, it’s doubly satisfying for them to garner well-deserved recognition from a market leader in the sector like CIR and its impressive judging panel.”
The CIR brand, since its launch in 1996, has developed a strong reputation for independent, authoritative reporting and high-quality analysis. Covering all major verticals, Continuity, Insurance & Risk has become essential reading for risk management, commercial insurance, and business continuity professionals.
A testament to the brand’s strength as a font of thought leadership, the Award’s judging panel consisted of senior leaders in business continuity, operational resilience, and emergency management from Metlife, Credit Suisse, Kings College Hospital, QBE, and other market leaders.
The full suite of 25th Annual Business Continuity Awards winners are announced, here.