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Dear Valued Client,

Clients trust Databranch as their partner in providing proactive guidance to Risk Management, Security, and Compliance, and the same holds true as the COVID-19 situation continues to impact most aspects of our lives.

We understand that our services are an important priority for your business. That said, Databranch has taken additional measures so that we can continue to provide the same high level of quality and responsive services.

Our measures include: 

  • Maintaining continuous communication with health and government organizations to ensure that we are operating in a responsible manner to ensure the health and well-being of our staff, their families, and our clients; 
  • Continuing to leverage remote technologies, standard operating procedures, and proven processes that have been in practice at Databranch, Inc. for years; 
  • Working with clients to address and overcome new challenges that have arisen as a result of COVID-19. 


Thank you for trusting in us and you have our promise that we will continue providing our exceptional level of service while working to ensure the health and safety of everyone.

If you require assistance in ensuring the availability of your most critical assets as this situation evolves, we can develop, review, or mature your existing business continuity plan. Please reach out to your dedicated Databranch Account Team Member, call 716-373-4467 x 15, or email



David Prince


Databranch, Inc.

Olean Phone: 716-373-4467

Elmira Phone: 607-733-8550

  1. 716.373.5518   

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