Earthquake in DC Area Leads Concert
Technologies to Announce Company-Wide
Contingency Planning Strategies
July 16, 2010 11:28 AM Eastern Daylight Time
DULLES, Va.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Following the minor 3.6 magnitude earthquake that awoke the
DC area early Friday morning, Concert Technologies announces its company-wide contingency planning program.
This program allows for the continuity of customer support and the security of both nationwide and global multi-site
enterprise technology deployment projects.
Utilizing the Maestro Technology Rollout System, Concert Technologies has developed a dependable Enterprise
Risk Management Program as part of a Business Continuity Plan. Employing a Unified Resource Rollout Delivery
Team as part of the company’s internal resources allows for a maximized redundancy, scalability and a highly
efficient communication flow. Concert Orchestrates Processing System (COPS) is a web-based software
application that allows our rollout delivery team to telecommute and the seamless continuity of any enterprise
technology deployment project during an event that closes our offices.
“This program, though always in place, is being defined at a time of much necessity. After a winter with multiple
snow storms, a summer with record heat, the mild earthquake in the DC area this morning and in a time where a
national security threat could cripple business, Concert Technologies recognizes the concerns of its technology
rollout customers regarding the continuity of operations during a disaster,” Dennis Mazaris, Concert Technologies
President and Founder commented. “Though lucky this earthquake was minor and caused no damage, we must be
prepared for the reality of a disaster, such as a stronger earthquake, that carries the potential to affect business,” he
About Concert Technologies
Concert Technologies, founded in 1995, is a privately-held technology service company based in Dulles, VA. It is
the leader in the accelerated delivery of national rollout