Through this strategic and mutual partnership, FortressAS will be working with EBRC to provide work area recovery services in Luxembourg while EBRC will be offering FortressAS award-winning and modern London recovery centre to their Customers.
Brexit is pushing firms to separate their Business Continuity and Operational Resilience programs between the UK and the rest of Europe. Luxembourg regulator, CSSF, goes further to require firms with operations in Luxembourg to have their fallback provision in the country too.
This need for facilities in the two countries is met by this new partnership.
FortressAS having been formed specifically to answer the Operational Resilience needs of modern businesses, have built the most advanced work area recovery centres in the UK. These facilities combined with the Tier IV Datacentre and Recovery Centres in Luxembourg deliver a compelling solution for firms needing the highest level of resilience and customer service.
“We are very excited to partner with EBRC in Europe. Their Resilience Centres are second to none in the world,” said Andrew Lawton, CEO of FortressAS. “It’s clear that businesses in Europe are looking for new high quality work area recovery solutions to attract and retain their clients, and this partnership will provide these much-needed services. With Brexit happening, many London firms are now setting up new offices in Frankfurt and Luxembourg.”
Yves Reding, CEO, EBRC, said: “Since 2000, EBRC has been providing its clients with a unique expertise based on quality service delivery and state-of-the-art IT infrastructures. We are the leader in Luxembourg regarding Data Centres and IT services, and also the sole player in the country to offer 1,000 fully equipped Business Continuity spaces. Our collaboration with FortressAS will allow UK-based companies to benefit from high-level expertise and services in Luxembourg and will give our Clients and FortressAS’s a reliable partner to collaborate with.”