Venture Bank Selects IT-Lifeline for Cost Effective Disaster Recovery

February 26, 2009

IT-Lifeline grows by adding West Coast financial institution

SPOKANE, Wash., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ — IT-Lifeline, the Northwest’s largest provider of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity solutions for small and medium sized businesses, will provide multiple recovery services for Venture Bank of Lacey, WA.

Venture Bank has chosen IT-Lifeline to safeguard vital data and applications at their Business Recovery Center located in Liberty Lake, Washington. IT-Lifeline will also be provisioning a workplace recover suite.

“The highest level of customer service is a top priority for Venture Bank. To that end, IT-Lifeline’s proven expertise and leading facility ensures our critical systems can be quickly restored in time of need.,” stated David Crosby, VP & Information Security Officer. “Further, a regional recovery solution–near by and easy to access–delivers great logistic and economic advantages.”

“We are delighted that Venture Bank selected the IT-Lifeline Business Recovery Center solution with our wide range of services,” said Steven Tabacek, CEO of IT-Lifeline. “It is gratifying to know that financial institutions like Venture Bank see so clearly the value in a regional recovery center.”

Venture Financial Group, through its wholly owned subsidiary Venture Bank, has 18 full-service financial centers located primarily along the Interstate 5 corridor in the Puget Sound region of Western Washington. Venture Bank offers a full spectrum of financial services including commercial, business, residential and consumer lending, deposit products and other banking services. Further information about Venture Bank may be found at www.venture-bank.com.

For further information, contact:

         Brandon Tanner, VP of Sales & Marketing
         IT-Lifeline, Inc.

         Joseph Beaulieu, SVP Marketing
         Venture Bank
         P.O. Box 3800
         Lacey, Wa 98509-3800

SOURCE IT-Lifeline

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