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The Azorus CRM platform is offered as a fully managed Software-as-a-Service solution, web based and built on Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. The multi-tier platform runs on CentOS, rapidly migrating towards MariaDB 10, and is hosted on managed servers in a facility which has provided 100% uptime for the last five years.
Azorus CRM platform runs on dedicated, fully-managed servers hosted in state-of-the-art data centres. Currently the majority of our clients are hosted on hardware physically located in Montreal, Canada. Geographical routing to our office in Halifax, Nova Scotia is exclusively across Canadian owned and managed networks.
Azorus CRM client data is stored within the MySQL DBMS. Replicated in real time to redundant systems, as well as off site, full database backups are made daily for disaster recovery needs.
Integration and Imports
Azorus CRM is purpose built with the ability to integrate with any number of external systems based on structured exchange of data. Azorus CRM is the only platform which integrates seamlessly with Tribal Group’s SITS:Vision, and integrates with other common SIS systems, including PeopleSoft and Banner.
Our platform allows clients themselves to configure their own imports, updating both standard and customer defined data fields. Custom integration allows more elaborate communication with any system, limited only by our clients requirements and imagination.
Our hosting provider’s data centres are state-of-the-art facilities protected by biometric security, cameras, and key code access. Our servers and equipment are fully supported enterprise grade systems, with ongoing patch management. System level access is limited to select personnel, and through only secure and encrypted methods, and limited by network source.
The Azorus CRM platform itself is secured with various techniques to prevent unauthorized access to each client’s information, using high strength encryptions, strict password policies, SSL certificates, and network based firewalls. All passwords are stored using a secure hash algorithm (e.g. SHA-512) with random salt.