Oct. 30, 2012
-- In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Edge Efficiency Corporation has announced a program for impacted customers on the East Coast. “Our hearts and warm thoughts go out to all those that have been affected by this natural disaster. We would like to extend six month balance deferments to our customers that are affected, so they can concentrate on recovering from the disaster rather than paying our invoices,” says Alexander Lovell, President of Edge Efficiency Corporation.
Customer’s that are impacted can request more details by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. The basic requirements are that customers must have a physical business presence in flooded or wind destroyed areas, and that their infrastructure, whether it be IT or physical, must have been affected. In addition to the six-month payment deferment, Edge Efficiency Corporation is also offering free access to its virtual servers for storage and bandwidth needs of its impacted customers. “By providing our infrastructure, we believe that customers will be able to resume normal business functions faster than relying on local providers. Impacted customers can contact their account managers and let them know what they need. We believe that this will help our customers become profitable sooner, rather than later,” says Tania Fitzgerald, Infrastructure Manager.
About Edge Efficiency Corporation
Edge Efficiency Corporation was started in 2007 with one market in mind: small businesses. The company provides social media set-up in Salt Lake City and virtual markets, social media management, strategy development, billing and payment services, and other consulting. It specializes in niche markets, helping small businesses become profitable within their first 1-2 years. For more information about Edge Efficiency Corporation, visit http://www.edgeefficiency.com/