FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RENTSYS RECOVERY SERVICES
May 30, 2013
College Station, TX – May 30, 2013 – Rentsys Recovery Services, a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery solutions for banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders and other organizations, announced it now provides more than 1,900 contracted locations with recovery services, with banking, financial and insurance providers making up the largest percentage.
Rentsys provides each bank and credit union customer with disaster recovery solutions for each branch it has, regardless of location. The company utilizes its three recovery center locations in College Station, Texas; Billerica, Mass; and Pleasant Prairie, Wis. along with its fleet of Mobile and Modular Recovery Centers to provide customers throughout the United States with office equipment, technology, communications and data backup when a disaster declaration is made.
"We are able to provide every banking and credit union customer the assurance that in the event of a disaster, every single branch is covered with a disaster recovery plan," said Walt Thomasson, managing director of Rentsys Recovery Services. "This enables our customers to continue to function normally in the event of a disaster that threatens their day-to-day business."
Founded in 1995, Rentsys Recovery Services is a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for businesses ranging from healthcare, banking and energy to large enterprise organizations. The company’s solutions enable businesses to comply more effectively with regulatory requirements, improve data security and speed up the organization’s ability to recover key IT systems and data after an unplanned outage or disaster has occurred. The company offers professional planning services and customizable and testable solutions, which include communications systems, mobile recovery centers and cloud-based data backup. For more information, please visit www.rentsys.com.
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