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Classic Blue Opens Adelaide Business Recovery Centre

  • 24 March, 2004 12:26

<p>Today saw the opening of Classic Blue’s Adelaide Business Recovery Centre by the South Australian Minister for Infrastructure, Energy, and Emergency Services, The Hon Patrick Conlon MP.</p>
<p>Around 50 prominent South Australian government and corporate figures attended the opening and toured the centre. Feedback was very positive; attendees were glad to see that Business Recovery is finally being taken seriously in South Australia.</p>
<p>With existing centres in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, the Adelaide centre is Classic Blue’s fourth, providing a truly national reach.</p>
<p>Classic Blue purchased the data centre from the St George Bank in September 2003. It was built in the 1980s for the State Bank at a cost of more than $25 million. Since then it has housed EDS, BankSA, and St George.</p>
<p>According to Classic Blue’s Managing Director, Adrian Bogatez, the Adelaide centre provides SA and WA with a previously unavailable service. “Traditionally, South Australia and Western Australia had to seek business recovery services on the east coast. Now they have a state-of-the-art recovery centre right on their doorstep.”</p>
<p>“Under Minister Conlon’s leadership, the South Australian government has been encouraging business development and increased employment through investment in strengthened infrastructure. This centre reinforces those policies and is a boon for South Australian industry.”</p>
<p>The new centre accommodates a fully equipped alternate work environment for more than 300 people and provides extensive computing and communications facilities.</p>
<p>To organise a tour of the centre or for further information, please contact Glenn Murray on (02) 9432 3116.</p>

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