Last week, Cellulant was the recipient of the most effective recovery of the year 2019 award from Africa’s Business Continuity Institute Awards (BCI) following the 15th January terrorist attack at the Dusit Complex that took the lives of 6 staff members.
The BCI Awards is the most prestigious event globally in the business continuity calendar. It honours business continuity and resilience professionals and organizations worldwide. Cellulant’s Group Head of Technical Operations, George Murage attended the event in Johannesburg South Africa to accept the award on behalf of the company. Speaking during the award ceremony, he dedicated the award as a tribute to the memory of the Brave 6 who, through their sheer valiance, laid their lives on the line to save their colleagues.
BCI Global Awards
Winners of the BCI Africa Awards are automatically entered into the BCI Global Awards that takes place in London each November as part of the BCI Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony.
African Tech blog Tech Moran caught up with George Murage for comment following the award announcement on what it took for the company to recover, how they were able to maintain business continuity and sustain operations.
Read the interview here