ROCKAWAY, N.J., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- TekVault Corporation (www.tekvault.com), a Rockaway,
Eisai, Inc. is a $3.9 billion U.S. pharmaceutical subsidiary of Tokyo-based Eisai Co., Ltd., a research-based human health care company that discovers, develops and markets products throughout the world. "TekVault has been a valued provider to Eisai over the last 5 years. The TekVault staff is extremely knowledgeable in the areas of aligning and supporting critical infrastructures with business and regulatory requirements. Further, TekVault has been instrumental in supporting Eisai's growth through technology related planning and implementation of acquired companies," comments Louis Glynn, Sr. Manager Systems Infrastructure & Data Center Operations at Eisai. "TekVault has consistently shown us that being their customer is important and has worked with us at every turn."
TekVault prides itself on excelling in customer satisfaction and it shows. "We have always done what is right and best for our valued customers," states Vishal Rupani, CEO of TekVault. "Eisai was in need of continued critical server infrastructure operational support while undertaking key business initiatives."
About TekVault Corporation
TekVault offers services designed around expense management and mitigating the risks involved with regulatory compliance. TekVault clients include Eisai, Goldman Sachs, Coffeeholding and First New York Securities. TekVault is a certified reseller of Centrify, Microsoft Gold Partner, and authorized Iron Mountain reseller. With over 10 years experience in outsourcing company infrastructures, maintaining critical systems and assisting clients to meet regulatory compliance TekVault is uniquely qualified to assist corporations in reducing expenses, improving revenue, reducing risk and positioning our clients to meet business objectives using the right technology. For more information please email [email protected] or call us at 973.784.4453 for a free consultation.
SOURCE TekVault Corporation
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