Unisource Subsidiary Visionship Inc. Expands and Enhances Data Center for Pending Contracts
MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Unisource Corporate Corporation (OTC Markets: USRC) (the "Company") today announced our Subsidiary, Visionship Inc., has expanded and enhanced its Data Center operating facilities in preparation for launch of the new Visionship G3 product line. The investment will also allow the Company to better service multiple new pending customer contracts.
The new Data Center facilities are SSAE 16 Type II SOC certified. Customers will have peace-of-mind that the Data Center complies with Sarbanes-Oxley in addition to HIPAA Compliance regimes. Features of the expansion include: redundant and secured data storage, power conditioning including UPS as well as power generator farms, redundant HVAC, multiple bandwidth providers with automatic failover, gigabit connectivity to four Tier 1 Internet backbone providers, as well as a fully secured facility with biometric access control. The Visionship servers have also been migrated to Dual Intel Xeon Quadcore Blade Servers, with the entire facility registered as US and EU Safeharbor Certified.
"Our Visionship clients deserve the most robust, highest throughput, most secure hosted environment possible for their cloud-based Visionship logistics applications and storage," stated Jordan Serlin, Chairman and CEO of Unisource Corp. "Our current and pending customers will experience an entirely new service-level and speed now that our enhanced facilities are fully operational."
"Visionship has attracted interest from a number of additional, high-profile customers with service contracts pending," stated William Wood, CEO of the Visionship, Inc. Subsidiary. "This investment will not only allow for the optimal experience for these new clients migrating to the Visionship G3 platform, but also creates significant long-term scalability to our entire operation."
For additional information on Visionship's G3 cloud-based logistics platform, please visit www.visionpad.com or call 877-993-6787, Ext. 501.
About Unisource Corporate Corporation
Unisource (www.unisourcecorp.com) is a holding enterprise whose strategy is to acquire and combine third party logistics service providers and logistics technology providers in order to offer a unique, cost effective Cloud-based SaaS solution for the global logistics marketplace. The Company also develops specialized, patent pending logistics software through our operating subsidiary, Visionship, Inc. Beyond logistics software, Unisource's strategy is to acquire and combine leading edge logistic technology providers with third party logistic (3PL) companies to offer a unique, unparalleled service in the global supply chain industry.
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Unisource Corporate Corporation
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