By leveraging our unique experience and our tested business continuity plan, A.B. Data can help to ensure that you have a solid plan to re-establish your transactional mailings in the event of a disaster.
According to a study conducted for SustainLane by Risk Management Solutions in 2006, the Milwaukee area is rated as having the least risk of a natural disaster among United States cities. Our experience coupled with our location has earned us the business of several cities located in hurricane-affected regions.
We operate out of multiple facilities with redundant capabilities, and as a result we would be able to continue operations as normal within 48 hours in the event of a disaster. In addition, should the unlikely prospect of a disaster that affects both of our plants occur, we have more levels of full redundancy capabilities at alternate sites. Our decentralized plants with redundant capabilities actually give broader contingent opportunities, allowing us to maintain full control and rebound faster in the event of a major catastrophe.
We take our clients' requirements for business continuity very seriously. This year, in addition to utility and tax bills, we expect to disperse more than $1 billion dollars in negotiable instruments as well as print and mail millions of documents that contain private information that must be protected both electronically and physically. We have the experience and capability to be your external source to improved recovery time and performance when you need it most. Contact us today to find out how A.B. Data can make your disaster recovery plans a success.