CEO Michael Herrera announced today that MHA Consulting has been retained by the top university and the most selective institution of higher education in the state of Louisiana. The institution, headquartered in New Orleans, will use MHA to build a global Business Continuity Management program to support its best of class Emergency Management program and provide on the job training to their continuity planning staff. “We look forward to developing a sustainable ‘world class’ program that will minimize risk, and most importantly, ensure recovery of their organization in the event of a disruption,” said Herrera.
MHA Consulting has been proud to serve organizations in the education sector from all over the United States for many years. This depth of experience provides us with unmatched knowledge among our peers and arms us with an understanding of the intricacies of educational institutions. We look forward to being a trusted adviser to this organization, providing them with a sound foundation for risk mitigation, continuity and resiliency that ensures that their BCM program follows the highest industry standards and best practices.
About MHA: A privately held company located in Phoenix, Arizona, MHA is a proven leader in Business Continuity Planning, Disaster Recovery Planning, IT best practices, and data center moves. Since 1999, we have helped protect trillions of dollars in global-market assets across an expansive range of companies and industries in the United States and abroad. MHA provides Business Continuity Management services that offer solutions that assist organizations with the analysis, development, implementation, and ongoing performance of plans that ensure the availability of critical business processes and Information Technology systems. We assist our clients in maintaining continuous operation of their critical business processes and IT resources – as well as meeting compliance requirements, reducing risk, and instilling investor confidence – all through effective and efficient continuity planning and execution.