The press release reveals the FIFA 2014 offer announced by a well renowned software company to delight the users through special bundle package carried out.
Online PR News – 24-June-2014 – Gothenburg, Sweden – This issue comes out to unveil the FIFA 2014 offer announced by a renowned software company to maximize excitement of fans and end users during Football World Cup season. The offer includes exclusive bundle package on Exchange Recovery product at discounted prices.
Reportedly, to accelerate the fever of FIFA Football World Cup 2014 among fans and users, the Company announced the bundle offer at reduced prices on Exchange data recovery product that includes the package of three software products including Exchange Recovery; OST Recovery and Outlook Recovery under different licenses including Personal, Corporate, Technician and Enterprise edition. According to the sources, the most benefitted sectors will be the IT organizations, Database Administrators and the firms working over client-server based environment such as banks, institutes, transport departments, etc.
According to Evan Swans, the respective Head of Department: "Over the past few months, our operations team was working hard to organize the bundle package in such a manner that the users could derive maximum benefits out of it. To announce the FIFA 2014 offer we were waiting for the right time. What better gift than a bundle package at reduced prices would be for DBA’s and end users in the season of stunning FIFA Football World Cup?"
Joseph Cain, Support Team Head states that: "32 teams are representing their respective countries in FIFA 2014 World Cup and football followers from over 207 countries are presented on the grounds of 'Arena de Sao Paulo' enjoying the match and supporting their countries. Our company is working in the backend to take the happiness of IT fans to the next level in this FIFA season. The bundle offer announced by the Company serves complete recovery advantages in Exchange environment as well as at personal level to the end users. Besides Exchange, Outlook users are equally benefited by the package."