Joshua Saw, CEO, Acclivis
Acclivis, a cloud solutions provider, has opened a disaster recovery centre located in Singapore’s Tai Seng.
The 25,000 sq ft facility is purpose-built to ensure business continuity when disaster strikes, Joshua Saw, the company’s chief executive said during his speech at the centre's launch this morning.
The facility houses a service desk centre and network operation centre that provide round-the-clock technical support, according to Saw. It also features a command centre and work recovery centre, which serve as an alternative work location for customers to continue business operations during disasters, he added.
“What sets (Acclivis) apart from other companies is its ability to provide end-to-end solutions under one roof, eliminating the need for (customers) to deal with multiple service providers in Singapore and when (they) set up a business overseas,” Saw said.
Saw said he believes this “holistic approach” will enable customers to lower operations cost and enhance business productivity.
Acclivis’ long-term business plan, according to Saw, is to “generate a series of new, innovative, domain-specific vertical clouds that will enable industry players to come together and communicate, interact, collaborate and transact on a common platform.”
During the launch ceremony, Acclivis also received the SS507:2008 certificate for business continuity and disaster recovery services from the chief executive of Tuv Suv PSB, Chong Weng Hoe.
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