WeRecoverData.com Officially Announces a New Partner Portal
The new portal provides a streamlined submission and tracking of recovery cases
April 5th, 2007
NEW YORK – WeRecoverData.com, a world leader in data recovery services, officially announced a new partner portal. » The new portal provides a streamlined submission and tracking of recovery cases.» Said Dor Shapir, Senior Manager of Worldwide Marketing at WeRecoverData.com, which has U.S. headquarters in NYC and Canadian headquarters in Toronto. The portal also allows partners to manage and track customer cases and manage their profiles.
WeRecoverData.com has made major changes to their site providing more resources and promotions to make it easier for partners to make money with them. As part of their growing effort to extend more personalized service to their partners, they have created an excellent contact form allowing the end user to rapidly get in touch with the WeRecoverData.com representative that handles their specific needs.
Adding further appeal to WeRecoverData.com’s Partner Portal is the company’s success guarantee: if the company cannot re-acquire the lost data, no fees are charged. Furthermore, there is no charge for initial evaluation; once the customer sends in the storage/backup equipment and the examining engineer determines the nature and severity of the loss, a time and cost estimate is supplied to the equipment owner. The owner reviews and authorizes the estimate in advance before work begins.
WeRecoverData.com accepts devices and media at any of its 12 U.S. and six Canadian remote offices. On-site. Remote, and Emergency recovery services are also available.
Headquartered in New York City, WeRecoverData.com is a world leader in data recovery services and one of the only companies to invest in data recovery research and development. The privately-held group provides data recovery services worldwide, with representation in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East. WeRecoverData.com services Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, the military, health sector, educational institutions and individuals seeking to recover important digital information.