MIR3 Partners With Factonomy To Provide Uparalleled Incident Management Solutions

Seamless integration of notification with business continuity management solution improves communication and resiliency

SAN DIEGO (November 8, 2012) – MIR3, Inc., the innovator of real-time Intelligent Notification (IN™) and response technology, today announced a technology partnership with Factonomy, the leading provider of high-performance business continuity management (BCM) software solutions. The Intelligent Notification platform is used by organizations for business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR), by agencies and educational institutions for emergency alerting, by IT departments to keep systems up and running and as a tool within the enterprise to enhance efficiency and productivity. The Factonomy Resilience™ suite is a collection of enterprise application modules concentrated on BC/DR and risk management with a focus on data capture and management information. Together these two products provide a comprehensive, best-of-breed BCM incident management solution.

With this Factonomy Resilience integration, which takes advantage of Intelligent Notification automated alerting and response technology, users are able to initiate full-scale, managed and targeted emergency notifications from within the BCM solution. Existing contact data, even if from disparate sources, can now seamlessly populate contact fields and call tree records to enable fast and effective message delivery to stakeholders in the event of a business interruption. “The integration makes it easy to implement consistent and configurable business rules and workflows,” says Phil Rugani, CEO at Factonomy. “This, in turn, makes communicating in a crisis more efficient and provides unprecedented tracking and reporting of all incidents.”

“This technology alliance provides a simple, elegant, and much-needed solution for incident management under the broader construct of GRC (governance, risk and compliance),” says MIR3 chief strategy officer, Frank Mahdavi. “The interface makes it easy to access the most commonly requested features of the Intelligent Notification platform directly from within the BCM solution, saving valuable time and increasing accuracy when the pressure is on during critical events.”

MIR3 Intelligent Notification software rapidly launches two-way mass notification to groups of one to many thousands in any location using many different delivery modes, and automatically tracks message deliveries and responses in real time. When combined with the powerful capabilities of Factonomy Resilience, it streamlines the BCM process, ultimately increasing response times and preserving life.

About MIR3

MIR3, Inc. is the leading developer of Intelligent Notification and response software, which helps organizations enhance communication abilities, protect assets, and increase operational efficiency. MIR3 technology enables advanced rapid, two-way communication for IT, business continuity, and enterprise operations for many of the Global Fortune 100 companies, as well as government entities, universities, and companies of all sizes in more than 130 countries. MIR3 is the recipient of many industry and business awards including a Government Security News Homeland Security Award for Best Notification System and has been named to the Inc. 500|5000 list for five years running. For more information, visit onsolve.com. Follow MIR3 on Twitter: @MIR3. Visit the MIR3 blog: onsolve.com/blog.


About Factonomy

Factonomy is a software company that has developed a robust suite of GRC applications. This application suite includes software modules that address risk, business continuity, disaster recovery, and scenario modeling. Its application suite is built on a groundbreaking software development environment, known as XT. Factonomy was founded in 2003, has operations in the US, UK and Asia Pacific and its broad portfolio of clients include the world’s largest public companies. Learn more at www.factonomy.com.

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