Study Question: What percent of respondents noted that they do use a formula to calculate the elusive ROI?...
BC Management’s study results revealed that 10% of all study respondents who manage a continuity related program indicated that yes, they do use a formula to calculate the ROI of the business continuity program. 13% of all financial organizations indicated the same.
Interested in learning how to better evaluate your program’s effectiveness or acquire information from your BCM peers on what formula they use to calculate an ROI?... Our study asked the hard questions and contingency management executives gave their answers on a confidential basis.
Our Business Continuity Management ROI Report details over a page of open text respondents who answered the question “What is the formula used to calculate the ROI”.
Business Continuity ROI Data Report
For years business continuity professionals have been searching for data behind the enigmatic Return on Investment (ROI) calculation to substantiate and support decisions regarding their BCM program. Now more than ever BCM programs are being questioned and assessed with cost to the business and potential value to the organization. BC Management's exclusive ROI report assesses data findings collected anonymously from business continuity professionals internationally. With over 2,000 respondents we were able to collect some golden nugget information on how to measure the effectiveness of your program, what to
include (hard and soft dollar costs), financial loss from actual events, estimated downtime and the most widely sought after - ROI calculations being used by other business continuity professionals. We've made this report even more powerful by assessing many of the data findings by program maturity ratings. Priced at $1,750 for the 2012 report and $850 for the 2011 report.
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