iModus from Vocal short listed for business continuity award

One year after its launch at the Business Continuity Expo, iModus, the dedicated business communication and management suite developed by Vocal, has been short listed for Most Innovative Product of the Year at the CIR Business Continuity Awards.

Vocal are a market leading provider of corporate communication solutions and iModus provides the robust, resilient software architecture and infrastructure for a range of Vocal products.

iModus has been designed specifically for use within the business continuity market place with development and functionality input from a number of global brands.

 iModus offers a tried and test solution which supports organisations across the globe in their businesses continuity function.

The Most Innovative Product of the Year award will be presented at the Business Continuity Awards, organised by Continuity Insurance & Risk, the UK’s leading bi-monthly risk management and insurance journal, to the company which demonstrated the most innovation in product development.

The companies short listed in this category are GemaTech, British Telecommunications, Computacenter and BT, NonVerba and Vocal.

The Business Continuity Awards recognises excellence within the field of business continuity and operational risk management and this year’s awards ceremony, hosted by comedian Rob Brydon will take place at Grosvenor House Hotel, London on 8th May.

Vocal Director, Trevor Wheatley-Perry said upon receiving the news that it was wonderful recognition for the hard work that had gone in to developing iModus:

“We knew from the very first test demonstration of iModus that it was going to vastly improve the communication options available to a Business Continuity Manager.

Trevor added: “Being short listed for The Most Innovative Product of the Year award really is down to the Vocal development team, led by Tom Underhill, the organisations that tested iModus and now the many organisations that use iModus every day as their business continuity platform.”

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