Yardi Systems Opens New Data Centre in Sydney
Mar 22, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Yardi Systems, a developer of real estate software for investment, asset and property management, has announced the opening of a new data centre in Sydney, Australia, as the company continues to see rapid adoption of the Yardi Voyager platform in Australia and New Zealand.
Yardi has a network of data centres across North America, Canada, Europe, Asia Pacific and Australia that form the Yardi Cloud.
"We are excited about the expansion of our infrastructure in Australia while increasing the value-added services that we can provide clients," comments Neal Gemassmer, Vice President of Asia Pacific & Middle East at Yardi. "Yardi Systems continues in our efforts to invest in the region while being committed to supporting the strong demand for our products and services. This is bolstered by strengthening our drive to develop greater value-add services for our client base across the region with investments like our new Sydney data centre."
According to a release, the Yardi Cloud is a secure and scalable software provisioning and data management solution. Clients increase operational efficiency and benefit from the power and performance of Yardi's technology without the burden of having to establish and maintain the IT infrastructure, support services and security necessary to keep their systems operating at peak efficiency. Additional benefits include rapid implementation and deployment, scalability, 24/7 accessibility and real-time centralised process linking of remote sites - all of which leads to up-to-the-minute reporting for all assets and properties in the client's portfolio.
Hosted data is protected by 128-bit encryption and multiple firewalls. The Company said that each data centre features on-site security, video surveillance, biometric screening, nightly backups, off-site transfer of all data, battery backups, a fully automatic fail-over standby generator, seismically-braced server racks, fire suppression systems and around-the-clock monitoring of server operation.
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