WOODBURY, NY, August 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) Continuity Centers, a provider of flexible disaster recovery solutions, recently entered into a reseller agreement with Interface Cable Assemblies and Services Corporation (ICAS). Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Long Island City, NY, ICAS designs innovative, customized, and secure infrastructure in data, voice, video, security and wireless. ICAS supports global enterprise clients, among them the top 50 companies of the Fortune 500. Their customers are across many sectors including finance, education, energy, government, health care, hospitality and retail, among others.
By joining forces with Continuity Centers, ICAS can now protect their customers' businesses with Continuity Centers' flexible disaster recovery solutions. Bryan Daddio, Account Executive at ICAS, describes how his company will benefit from working with Continuity Centers. "ICAS and Continuity Centers came together to form a key alliance, so that we can provide customers with our core business of cabling services along with an additional product offerings, making ICAS' position in the market even stronger. The disaster recovery solutions that Continuity Centers provides are first-class. We are very excited to work with Continuity Centers and are looking forward helping protect our customers' businesses with their disaster recovery services as well as combining the strengths of Continuity Centers with our secure infrastructure and cabling services in data, voice, video, security and wireless."
Continuity Centers COO Gregory R. Tellone states, "ICAS is a trusted provider with strong relationships and proven expertise, which provides a strong channel for our service offerings, specifically into the government and educational sectors who require their providers to be on OGS contract. Working with ICAS is another step we've taken to broaden our reach within the vertical markets that ICAS has a solid presence in, allowing us to better outreach to businesses and agencies that require our services. Continuity Centers is very excited to be a valued resource of ICAS and looks forward to working closely with them."
About Continuity Centers
Continuity Centers is a provider of flexible business continuity and disaster recovery solutions. Headquartered in Woodbury, NY with recovery capabilities throughout North America, Continuity Centers is the only company within the United States to offer a one-click 60-second technology recovery solution, called Instant Business Recovery (IBR). Continuity Centers has dedicated itself to one goal: protecting its members and ensuring business as usual when they have a disaster. Continuity Centers received an exclusive endorsement in 2010 by the New York State Bankers Service Corporation, (a wholly owned subsidiary of the New York State Bankers Association) the only company whose disaster recovery services include such an endorsement. Since its inception in 1999, Continuity Centers has established a worldwide client base in various industry sectors including banking, construction, energy, healthcare, legal, publishing and many more. For more information on Continuity Centers, visit http://www.ContinuityCenters.com or call 877-499-2577.
ICAS remains a national leader in providing competitive turnkey network infrastructure designs and installations of wire and wireless networks, copper and fiber cables systems, security, CCTV, and data installations. ICAS has achieved its leadership position through insightful solutions in project management, consultation, development, and network certifications for our clients. Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Long Island City, NY, ICAS designs innovative, customized, and secure infrastructure in data, voice, video, security and wireless. ICAS supports global enterprise clients, among them the top 50 companies of the Fortune 500. Their customers are across many sectors including finance, education, energy, government, health care, hospitality and retail, among others. ICAS' vision is to provide their clients with single source solutions in network infrastructure technology-from concept to delivery. For more information on ICAS, visit http://www.ICAScorp.com or call 800-247-5203.
ICAS Enters Reseller Agreement with Continuity Centers, Expanding Market Reach for Disaster Recovery Services
Reseller Agreement signed between Continuity Centers and ICAS
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Reseller Agreement signed between Continuity Centers and ICAS