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Does Your Label Supplier Have A Disaster Recovery Plan In Place?

Nov 5, 2021 10:11:56 AM

     As adverse weather events continue to intensify globally, supply chain disruptions and allocations are the subsequent aftermath. The swelling environmental dilemmas - transit delays due to severe weather, extreme temperature changes (freezing in southern parts of the US causing plants to temporarily halt all operations), and the frequently escalating threat of hurricanes, wild fires, and flooding – leaves everyone wondering if their suppliers are prepared to seamlessly offer support in the wake of an emergency.

       With OMNI, our customers have a peace of mind knowing that plan B is prepared and ready to be implemented at the strike of an emergency. Now, more than ever, disaster recovery and business continuity is at an all-time high of importance.

       OMNI’s Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plan outlines in detail the set of consistent actions to be taken before, during, and after a disaster. This plan documents everything from the chain of command to contact details of every employee and key suppliers/vendors. The plan has been heavily tested to ensure the continuity of operations and availability of critical resources in the event of a disaster.

       OMNI Systems, the premier manufacturer of thermal labels in North America, has a robust Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plan in place for emergencies like these. With over three decades of experience, OMNI has refined our plan and processes to ensure that our clients' businesses are not adversely affected in case of such contingencies.

       Furthermore, Omni Systems' manufacturing, distribution, and computer communication systems are fully redundant, and in case of a power outage, are backed up with natural gas and diesel generators. 

       We've gone the extra mile to ensure that our clients' businesses keep running, even when there are exigent circumstances. Have you asked your label supplier about their Disaster Recovery Plan lately?

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