As the pioneers in Critical Event Management, Everbridge has developed a proprietary CEM Standards Framework™ offering certified organizations the industry’s first end-to-end methodology for evaluating and benchmarking enterprise resilience preparedness. This framework is based on experience from over 20 years of professional service implementations across tens of thousands of enterprises from over 150 countries and tens of billions of critical interactions delivered.
Best in Enterprise Resilience™ Certification enables organizational leaders to understand their current capabilities and make informed choices based on their risk appetite. Further, it can be used as an external value signal, providing confidence to customers, employees, and investors.
A Best in Enterprise Resilience™ Certification award shows stakeholders that you’re a champion of rethinking and prioritizing resilience for now, next & beyond by implementing the CEM Standards Framework™. Once you become certified, display the certification on your site and sales materials to let the world know you’ve earned it. Certification is available for these five CEM pillars:
Showcase the breadth & depth of your commitment to financial & operational resilience, regardless of the threats you face.
Manage supply chain efficiency as a way to enhance your business’ resilience to critical events.
CEM protects everything organizations care about from anything they worry about.
Validate your expertise in safeguarding your digital ecosystem in a rapidly changing business environment.
Get recognized for how you applied advanced technology that adds value, interconnectivity and keeps your building secure and the people in it safe.
Enable public authorities to quickly assess critical events, alert populations, mobilize available resources, and coordinate across multiple agencies to keep people safe.
All organizations completing the certification process have appreciated the rigorous assessment that compares them to others, identifies their strengths and provides opportunities for improvement.
- Thomas Crane, Senior Program Manager, Everbridge