Electronic Storage Corporation

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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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1989
Employees
50
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