We are determined to retain our technical edge over our competitors. With these bleeding-edge hardware tools, we will reaffirm our leadership position in the global data recovery market.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 10, 2009
Fields Data Recovery (FDR), a global leader in digital forensics and data recovery, today announced its plans to double the number of technical staff, acquire new hardware recovery tools and take on new office space in St. Louis in order to greatly increase its capacity to deal with hard disk drive & RAID data recovery jobs.
FDR has been on a steep growth curve over the last few years in terms of company turnover as well as the number of data recoveries processed annually. The infrastructure expansion has become necessary to cope with this robust growth.
Says company director Daniel T. Morgan: "We are committed to maintaining all-round excellence in every area of our business. We consider trained and efficient manpower as our most important resource. The doubling of technical staff will enable us to processes data recovery cases quicker and reduce the turnaround time for damaged media even further from the industry-leading standards that our customers have come to expect from us."
FDR will also be purchasing the latest recovery equipment and specialized hardware tools. These will improve our data recovery capabilities immensely. "Our state-of-the-art laboratory is the heart of our business," explains Morgan. "We are determined to retain our technical edge over our competitors. With these bleeding-edge hardware tools, we will reaffirm our leadership position in the global data recovery market."
This recent move demonstrates our understanding of the inherent differences between individual recovery jobs on RAID servers and hard disk drives. Our hard drive recovery procedures are tuned into our capacity and it has become necessary for us to yet again increase our throughput capabilities. However, it is not just RAID data recovery that demands a level of expertise that goes beyond your average recovery procedures; more and more R&D issues require our corporate structure to take account of the need for data recovery to often include an analysis or consultancy that has led to us to invest 18 months of time and $100k's in bespoke & academic perusal of the deeper layers of recovery shortfalls.
The facility will be fully operational within the next few weeks. This would be FDR's fifth office expansion since it set up shop in 1992. The new additions to manpower and the infrastructure build-up are expected to significantly contribute to the further success of FDR. They will help the company provide unparalleled data recovery solutions to customers at a very competitive price and with extremely high customer satisfaction levels.