Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)
Denial of access can arise without warning
In the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen multiple global clients deny access to offices, including HSBC one of the largest banking and financial services organisations. The iconic Canary Wharf skyscraper saw its research department cleared and deep-cleaned due to a member of staff testing positive for COVID-19, with the remaining team advised to work from home with little warning.
At Speakerbus, we are helping clients keep connected. For Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Disaster Recovery (DR) plans or remote working, Speakerbus’ flexible virtual soft client ‘ARIA’ offers an excellent option.
The solution allows clients to remotely connect to the same specialist channels of communication using a web browser and Internet connection. ARIA ensures that users remain compliant and inherit all permission and recording policies.
When the Trader connects using ARIA from the DR location or their home office, ARIA automatically maintains regulatory compliance in line with the client’s practices.
The virtual endpoint provides the same global hoot, advanced telephony and private line capabilities enjoyed by iTurret Dealerboard clients worldwide today.
ARIA’s ‘Isolated Environment’ deployment means Traders no longer rely on physically relocating to a DR site. Clients open a webpage and securely enter their credentials at any location.
We’re seeing a considerable increase from our Clients in Asia, the United States and Europe inquiring about our Soft Client – ARIA. Our flexible virtual soft client is helping clients stay safely connected throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Clients who have already embraced ARIA as a solution for voice trading have gained tangible Disaster Risk Reduction.
Now is the perfect time to review and bolster your remote working, BCP or DR strategy for Trader Voice. Contact our team and arrange a demonstration of ARIA.
Challenge us to the task – we’re ready and waiting, making every connection worth more.