BC Management Welcomes Roberto Alvarez as Our Newest Member
to BC Management's Benchmarking Advisory Board
Roberto Alvarez is an experienced Business Consultant with over 20 years working on Business and IT disciplines like Corp Performance Management (CPM), Strategic Planning, Business Intelligence (BI/DW), IT Operations, Disaster Recovery Planning, Business Continuity Management, Mobile Computing, as well as improving IT and business processes.
He started working on Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Management in 2000. As member of a consulting firm, he set up the Business Continuity Solutions area and service portfolio based on ITIL ("Business Continuity Management" and "Contingency Planning"), where he provided consulting and implementation services for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity in automotive, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, government, staffing, consumer goods, human & animal health industries.
Roberto is certified as ISO 22301 Lead Auditor (through PECB and BSI), Lead Implementer & Trainer (PECB), and he also have a certification as Business Continuity Maturity Model® Assessor. He has participated as researcher and co-author of the “BCMS Competencies Development Model”, which objective is to build Personal Resilience in personnel devoted to crisis management, disaster recovery and business continuity practices, as an alternative to reinforce Enterprise Resilience.
Nowadays he is promoting and creating awareness about the importance of implementing serious efforts on Business Continuity Management Systems in Mexico and Latin America.
The mission of BC Management's International Benchmarking Advisory Board is to generate awareness of business continuity management principles by providing comprehensive global research and benchmark data. This research data may be used to provide guidance on industry metrics to support business continuity management principles. The survey, which began in 2001, typically covers 50 awareness topics and receives detailed responses from over 1,500+ different companies around the world and is emerging as the preeminent source of data covering the industry. The data is compiled into a detailed report that helps practitioners assess gaps within their continuity programs (e.g., staffing, skills, funding, program maturity) as well as current trends and best industry practices.
BC Management would like to recognize and thank our board for their notable contributions.