26 April 2015

Sentronex becomes iWASP member

14 March 2014  |  1296 views  |  0 Source: Sentronex

Financial IT services provider Sentronex becomes a member of iWASP (Independent Work Area Service Providers).

This week, Sentronex announces the company has become part of the growing iWASP network, an independent, nationwide community of Work Area Recovery specialists. As the sole, predominantly London-focused member, Sentronex will support this geographical region.

The iWASP network was set up to provide accessible Workplace Recovery to businesses across the UK. The collective mission is to deliver the very best Workplace Recovery and Business Continuity services to organisations of any size, operating within any sector, including the financial services industry. The members of the iWASP network collectively provide the expertise and resources to keep businesses in business.

With 18 independent sites across the UK and over 3000 positions, iWASP members can provide Workplace Recovery in the event of a major disruption, loss of site or denial of access.
Joe Sluys, CEO, says of Sentronex's latest partnership,

"Joining the growing iWASP network was a natural fit for Sentronex given our core service offering. Since 2005, we have successfully delivered DR services to London-based financial institutions and given the recent investment in expanding our DR facilities to include SE1 and E14, Sentronex is in a strong position to grow our number of DR clients.

The main attraction to iWASP is its members - we are all independent providers of DR planning and workplace recovery solutions proving that there are alternatives to the major players in the market who can actually deliver a better service, tailored to a client's individual needs and requirements." 

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