Fusion Resilience Copilot™ will offer customers resilience and continuity guidance at their fingertips based on Fusion’s best-practice insights, customer program context, and public information.
Fusion Risk Management has unveiled plans to launch Resilience Copilot™, a generative AI-powered assistant. As part of Fusion’s strategic investment in AI-powered solutions, Resilience Copilot operationalizes Fusion expertise to create an advisor within the Fusion Framework System platform that enables customers to more efficiently resolve questions, gain deeper insight into incidents, and quickly act on them.
Resilience Copilot will enable Fusion customers to “accelerate time-to-value, enhance decision-making, increase productivity, and promote proactive risk management and dynamic continuity.”
The goal of Resilience Copilot is to empower users with quickly generated executive summaries, intelligent recommendations, and instant insights. Some ways in which Resilience Copilot is expected to accelerate resilience team initiatives include identifying gaps in an organization’s resilience posture, recommending best practice improvements, and generating executive summaries to drive support from senior leadership cross-functionally within an organization.
Resilience Copilot boosts team engagement through user-guided support within the Fusion Framework System to answer questions or make suggestions on a self-service basis. New or infrequent Fusion users can leverage the tool to effectively onboard, navigate the system, and better understand the data, adding an insightful guide to the already-intuitive platform. These new capabilities help organizations understand how they can improve resilience with intelligent recommendations based on data insights and best practices.
Resilience Copilot will launch in beta later this year, followed by a general release. To learn more about Resilience Copilot and request beta access, visit https://www.fusionrm.com/solutions/resilience-copilot/