internal (adjective, in-ter-nal, \ ɪnˈtɜːrnl \) recovery (noun, re-cov-ery, \ rɪˈkʌvəri \)
Definition: is a set of plans and proper procedures that allow a company or an organization to deal with accidents and emergencies in order to preserve the business continuity. The term also implies that these plans and procedures are supposed to be sourced by the internal resources and forces of an organization, for instance, its employees or the specific strategies executed by an organization itself. The internal recovery actions serve to protect business operation and productivity from the unexpected factors (in the majority of cases, the external ones). For instance, in case of a natural disaster, a company or a firm may execute the internal recovery process and shut down the procedures that may be affected when the disaster strikes.
In a Sentence:
- We are currently working on the internal recovery strategies. You never know when a disaster may strike.
- The internal recovery procedures allowed us to renew business operation within days.
- There are catastrophes we cannot be prepared for. However, developing an internal recovery strategy is still a wise decision.
Synonyms and related words: business continuity, business process, shut-down operation, internal forces, external factors