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Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity Planning (DR/BCP)

PTC May Render Your DR/BCP Procedures Obsolete—Are You Sufficiently Prepared for an Outage?

Because PTC has significantly altered rail systems architecture, pre-PTC DR/BCP procedures and plans are no longer accurate and will not be sufficient to allow a railroad or related company to recover from failures. Princeton Consultants conducts comprehensive DR/BCP planning to assist risk management initiatives. We are offering a complimentary two-week assessment that will help answer vital questions such as:

  • In the event of a disaster, can our business-critical applications recover in 12 hours, and non-business-critical applications in 2 days?
  • Do our current DR/BCP plans align with our strategic objectives? What are the major gaps?
  • What does our recovery look like in a moderate risk scenario, and what are the major obstacles?

Contact us to set up an introductory call to learn more. For this special offer, the assessment must take place before August 31, 2018.

Insight: Railway Age May 2018 Article

Case Studies

Establishing Technical Recovery Procedures for a Class-I Railroad
Instituting Disaster Recovery Procedures at a Railcar Fleet Owner/Operator