TazWorks, the leading independent technology platform for the background screening industry, introduced TazCloud – a cloud-based, CRA-focused network that offers the most comprehensive suite of business tools and solutions available in the background screening industry. The TazCloud announcement was unveiled in conjunction with the release of the company’s new official website at http://www.tazworks.com.
TazCloud is a robust and secure infrastructure built specifically for CRAs on the largest and most capable cloud-computing. TazCloud is designed for security, flexibility, and elastic scalability, allowing on-demand computing resources to be spun up or shut down as they are needed. The new cloud-based architecture allows TazWorks to offer CRAs a flexible technology platform with powerful computing resources that are fast, efficient, and cost-effective.
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TazCloud offers three primary categories of service:
- CRA Applications Suite – robust applications and tools for background screening.
- Partner Integrations – integrations with software and data vendors.
- CRA Business Intelligence Tools – a new business intelligence engine that enables powerful embedded reporting and analytics capabilities.
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“Over the past several years, we have not only migrated to the cloud but have also reimagined and reengineered our applications and computing systems to take advantage of the dynamic features that cloud computing makes possible. The culmination is TazCloud, a specialty cloud designed for Consumer Reporting Agencies that is second to none,” said Scott Kimball, TazWorks Chief Technology Officer. “This move also paves the way for the next phase of our strategic roadmap, as we create more intelligent, data-driven systems that adapt and improve over time and will help our CRA clients to better service their customers with smarter, targeted technologies.”
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