ClearView short-listed in CIR Awards 2011

 Liz Hartney
  13th-Apr-2011
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13th April 2001 - Following the formal launch of the latest version of its BCM software, ClearView is delighted that its success has been recognised by being shortlisted in the prestigious CIR Awards in the Business Continuity Management Planning Software of the Year category. As a platform which is gaining market acclaim for its ease of use underpinned by a powerful and robust, dynamic application, this latest success is very much welcomed.

The Business Continuity Awards recognise excellence within the field of business continuity and operational risk management and will be presented at the Gala Dinner, which will be held at the Park Lane Hilton on Wednesday 25 May 2011

More details of the Awards can be found at www.businesscontinuityawards.com

For further information visit www.clearview-continuity.com

Contact details:

Ruth Crabb, Marketing Manager

Email: ruth.crabb[at]clearview-continuity[dot]com

Tel: +44 (0) 1869 255792

Distributed on behalf of ClearView Continuity by NeonDrum news distribution service (http://www.neondrum.com)

Domain: Electronics
Category: IT
Contact Person Address: ClearView Continuity
Posted By: Liz Hartney and Contact Liz Hartney
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