Trivalent Group Launches BIAsurvivor Disaster Recovery Product

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Trivalent Group's new disaster recovery tool brings time and cost efficiencies to the planning process.

Good disaster recovery planning will allow for seamless operations and business success in the event of a catastrophe

Trivalent Group, one of Michigan’s largest technology firms, recently launched BIAsurvivor, a new disaster recovery tool. The Web-based software collects and houses the system and business information necessary for recovery in the event of a disaster.

“Good disaster recovery planning will allow for seamless operations and business success in the event of a catastrophe,” said Trivalent Group CEO Larry Andrus. “Trivalent has been providing disaster recovery solutions for years. BIAsurvivor is the perfect complement to our existing business continuity management program by creating a more cost and time efficient process.”

The flexible interface allows clients to efficiently store, update and change disaster recovery information. Easy to learn and use, the software contains sample documents and forms, generates reports, publishes and distributes the plan, provides users with documentation and instructions and supports multiple locations. It also provides various individuals simultaneous access to the application and company data from remote locations with an Internet connection.

Customer benefits are numerous, including insurance savings, reduced risk of business interruption, technology efficiencies, improved processes, client confidence and peace of mind.

BIAsurvivor is available to clients on an annual subscription basis.

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Trivalent Group, a leading systems and communications integrator, provides its clients with continual access to networks, data and critical software applications to create a productive and efficient workplace. Established in 2003, Trivalent is headquartered in Grandville, Mich., with offices in Mt. Pleasant and Kalamazoo. Trivalent’s family of companies operate within the technology firm’s three divisions: Capital, Systems and Communications.

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