New Lab Launched for Enhancement in Exchange Recovery Software

Establishment of new lab in Spain, Madrid to carry out new work and experiments related to Exchange Recovery software so that the conversion process of EDB to PST will be easier.

Online PR News – 01-August-2011 – – Florida, United States, July 29, 2011: - Happy to inform users about establishment of new lab in Madrid, Spain on 28th July 29, 2011 to carry out more research work on Exchange Recovery software whose demand has been tremendously rising among various organizations. The inauguration ceremony was attended by the whole SysTools team including director of the company, web team, and support team. The motive behind formation of new lab was to carry out new research work that leads to improvement in Exchange Recovery software with new team of content writers, software developers, web designers that carry out the same work as it is done in Florida.

Words by Evan Swans: "we are extremely happy with the establishment of new lab in Madrid because it users are liking our software and are satisfied with it; that is why we thought of this idea of expanding new branch so that more research work could be done to add new advanced features . Our Exchange Recovery software has gained much appreciation from the users and we are trying hard so that our users receive excellent EDB to PST conversion."

Joseph Cain, Head of Support Department says: "We are boosted up to provide required support to the users with advancements that will be soon done in Exchange Recovery Software as research work has already been started in the new lab that is being established in Madrid. Our experts are trying hard and our users will surely receive a difference in the working of the software."

Susan Kaet, Director, Web Team states: "Ever increasing demand of our Exchange Recovery software by business institutions have enforced us to bring enhancement in the software so that we reach the height of satisfaction level that the users expect and for that purpose we set up new lab in Madrid for new exploring for the software that helps us to improve more."