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Data Management Platform

The Asfalis Data Management platform has a completely automated backend and addresses every aspect of the Product Performance Guarantee (PPG) workflow from product registration management, claim adjudication with claim handling and reimbursement settlement, carrier reporting and collections, as well as all customer communication.

Integrated with multiple A-rated insurers and meeting all security and compliance requirements, the platform manages and audits all policy lifecycle stages from creation, through distribution and activation, to customer registration, claims, payments and expiration.

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The ASFALIS Data Management Platform is a highly secure, scalable, cloud-based platform designed to facilitate the seamless integration of Product Performance Guarantees (PPG) into new and existing products. Designed and developed specifically using Microsoft’s global infrastructure to provide safe, highly accessible data storage.


ASFALIS Data Management Platform was architecturally designed and built specifically for the new generation of cloud computing, providing maximum redundancy, scalability and availability

90% of Fortune 500 companies trust their business to run on the Microsoft Cloud

Azure is the only consistent hybrid cloud, has more regions than any cloud provider and delivers unparalleled developer productivity

Provides comprehensive compliance coverage—including meeting the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Privacy Rights Acts (CPRA) and Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)


Microsoft Azure Zone-redundant storage (ZRS) copies ASFALIS data synchronously across three Azure availability zones in the primary region. For applications like the ASFALIS FINTECH platform requiring high availability, Microsoft recommends using ZRS in the primary region, and replication to a secondary region. ASFALIS therefore also uses geo-redundant storage (GRS) or geo-zone redundant storage (GZRS) which copies our data asynchronously in two geographic regions that are at least hundreds of miles apart. If the primary region suffers an outage, then the secondary region serves as a redundant source for your data.

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