According to a recent press release, “Behavox, a pioneering artificial intelligence data analytics firm, announced today that it will begin offering a full Software as a Service (‘SaaS’) deployment model to its customers, in addition to on-premise implementations. Behavox SaaS is a single tenant environment, not shared with any other Behavox clients and deployed on Amazon Web Services (‘AWS’) or Google Cloud Platform (‘GCP’) infrastructure based on customer preference. Behavox has been working on Behavox SaaS for over two years in partnership with several production customers. Client feedback has been instrumental to our fortress-like security controls, guaranteeing that the confidentiality and the integrity of our customers’ data remains intact. Behavox SaaS is a fully-managed service provided by Behavox, allowing our customers to focus on extracting value from Behavox applications, while we work tirelessly behind-the-scenes providing 24/7 support and 99.9% uptime.”
The release goes on, “Some of the most notable benefits of Behavox SaaS include: (1) Rapid Deployment – Software deployment in a dedicated environment takes 12 hours and is fully automated. Data integration is supported by over 110 out of the box adaptors including full support for Behavox Voice. (2) Lower Costs – All support, maintenance and incident responses are managed by Behavox, which further reduces the total cost of ownership for Behavox clients. (3) Advanced Functionality – The Behavox SaaS includes WORM compliant archiving (SEC 17a-4), Hot/Cold Storage Optimization, High Availability and other powerful features as standard. (4) Behavox SaaS is deployed on dedicated infrastructure that is unique and isolated to each customer. Moreover, to comply with data governance regulations, customers will be able to choose a specific country in which they prefer to deploy Behavox SaaS. Currently, Behavox SaaS offers a choice between AWS or GCP for hosted infrastructure, but the company is working on making Azure and IBM cloud available for deployment by the end of the year.”
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