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IT-Lifeline signs partnership deal to develop West side business contracts

Liberty Lake-based IT-Lifeline has announced it signed a deal with Business Continuity Center of Seattle, a company that provides similar business recovery services, critical data management and protection.

The goal of the deal is to increase West Side business for IT-Lifeline, which has offices and operations in the TierPoint building in Liberty Lake.

Most of IT-Lifeline’s customers are from Eastern Washington. With the new deal, the privately held company plans to build more business relationships in the Puget Sound area. Its largest customers are financial institutions.

Business Continuity Center of Seattle is an ideal partner for that role, said Brandon Tanner, vice president of sales and marketing of IT-Lifeline.

The selling point for IT-Lifeline:  the stable, environmentally mild Eastern Washington environment. Few earthquakes, no floods or hurricanes. Volcanos?  Ain't got any over here.

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