Electronic Storage Corporation
Electronic Storage Corporation, founded in 1989, is the creator of LaserVault document management and backup and recovery software products. Specializing in solutions for the IBM i market, LaserVault software gives businesses access to business records, and is used by small to large businesses representing many industries, including: hospitality, financial, insurance, manufacturing, distribution, telecommunications, government, wholesale, retail, hospitals, pharmaceutical, construction, education, and utility companies.
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