300+ Standard Reports

eZP includes all the reports you need to build and support an enterprise BCM program. Over 300 standard reports on BIA, Dependencies, BCPs, Program Management, Statistics, Gaps, Audit trails, Workflows, Test/Exercises, email/voice & Notification logs are accessible without requiring any tech skills. Reports can be generated for an Entity such as a BCP/BIA//Site, at a Line-of-Business level or across the Enterprise. Information for executive decision support can be generated on-demand, with a single mouse-click.

User Customization

All eZP reports are customizable by end-users at the time of report generation. Choose to include, hide, or sort fields within the report as desired. Access to reports are ‘role-based’ and users get to see information that is defined by their role in the BCM program. Individual user’s access to reports can be tailored and customized by the eZP Administrators. Reports can be saved as PDF, .XLSX, .RTF, .TXT, and .HTML file formats for presentation and/or for post-processing/customization.

Graphics & Dashboards

Many decision support information such as ‘process upstream-downstream’ dependencies, cyclical day-of-the-week criticality, Process-Application dependency maps, BCP/DRP Gantt Charts, Application CI relationships, and Alternate Work-area layouts are some of the graphical reports included in eZP. Plan Dashboard provides ‘red-yellow-green’ status of the BC/DR Plans for managers, regulators & auditors. Included also are Statistical dashboard reports on the maturity of the BCP program indicating growth, over time, of the number of BIAs, Plans, Users …since the deployment of eZP.

Maps with KML Overlays

Google Maps, included, provides a global view of your sites, people, business operations, vendors and IT assets. For decision support, overlay KML/KMZ files such as weather map, hurricane ‘cone’ from NOAA or NWS sites and identify the sites, people and other operations that may be impacted due to the disruptive event. The overlay may include pandemic spread, civil disturbances and other forms of ‘heat maps’. Leverage the BCM data, not just a ‘check-the-box’ program, but for executives’ decision support.