Maji Systems, Inc. Joins EMC Select Program

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Maji Systems teams with technology partner EverGreen Data Continuity, Inc. to enable EMC customers to reduce the time and effort required to build, maintain, and update business contingency plans.

Availability of this software through the EMC Select Program will help reinforce the value of robust business continuance management tools and services

Maji Systems, Inc., a leading systems integrator and infrastructure planning firm, and its technology partner EverGreen Data Continuity, Inc., today announced that EverGreen’s Mitigator® business continuance management software is now available for purchase through EMC Corporation's EMC Select Program. As part of this program, Mitigator joins a group of best-in-class solutions that enable EMC customers to easily acquire the components of an end-to-end information lifecycle management (ILM) solution.

The addition of EverGreen’s Mitigator software and Maji Systems services to the EMC Select Program will help EMC customers optimize their business continuance planning efforts with their business and IT stakeholders. Mitigator users can easily develop business impact analysis, as well as create, manage, and distribute business continuity and recovery plans across the organization. Mitigator also allows organizations to automate the change management process of maintaining business continuance plans.

“Business continuity management continues to be a growing focus area for many public, private, and government organizations,” said EMC’s Sean Kinney, director of the EMC Select Program. “EverGreen’s Mitigator business continuance management software will help our customers more efficiently plan and react to business and operational threats.”

"Availability of this software through the EMC Select Program will help reinforce the value of robust business continuance management tools and services," said Pat Barton, CEO of Maji Systems, Inc. "Business continuity has become a lifecycle process that requires participation from both business and IT stakeholders.”

Maji Systems will also provide EMC with pre-sales and marketing support for EverGreen’s software and services. Both Maji and EverGreen will provide EMC with Certified Business Continuance Professional (CBCP) consulting resources to assist in Mitigator implementation engagements.

“Mitigator’s availability through the EMC Select program will help EverGreen to expand the reach of its business continuance management offerings in North America and beyond,” stated Steve Burns, president, EverGreen Data Continuity, Inc. “We look forward to helping EMC customers implement single source, end-to-end business continuance solutions."

EverGreen’s Mitigator is a Microsoft Windows® – based software product that is licensed based on the number of business continuance plan administrators required by the customer. All Mitigator licenses provide unlimited user access to development surveys and completed business continuance and emergency response plans.

About Maji Systems

Based in Marlborough, Massachusetts, Maji Systems is a systems integrator which focuses on helping organizations access, manage, retain, and protect data assets through deployment of proven technologies which allow improved business function and create competitive advantage. Founded in 2003, the company is privately held.

About EverGreen Data Continuity, Inc.

Based in Newbury, Massachusetts, EverGreen Data Continuity, Inc is a certified Microsoft® partner that provides comprehensive software and services for Business and Operational Continuity management. EverGreen’s products and services are used to assess financial, technology, and operational risks, as well as develop and manage business continuance and emergency response plans. Founded in 1998, the company is privately held.

For more information please contact:

Phil Tsihlis

President

Maji Systems, Inc.

508-970-0700 X206

Steve Burns

President

EverGreen Data Continuity, Inc.

800-727-4664

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