Elixir Technologies Partners with Armor to Provide Cloud Infrastructure for Tango+

Armor, a provider of hosted solutions aimed at securing mission critical data and applications, will provide the cloud infrastructure for Tango+, Elixir’s SaaS-delivered CCM solution.

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Elixir Technologies (Ojai, Calif.), a customer communications management (CCM) software vendor to the health insurance and other industries, has entered into an agreement with Armor (Richardson, Texas), a provider of hosted solutions aimed at securing mission critical data and applications, to provide the cloud infrastructure for Tango+, Elixir’s SaaS-delivered CCM solution.

Jeff Schilling, Chief of Operations & Security, Armor.

Jeff Schilling, Chief of Operations & Security, Armor.

Elixir describes Tango+ as a complete, SaaS-delivered, browser-based CCM platform designed to effectively handle the strict content requirements of highly regulated industries, while delivering world-class tools for every role involved in the customer communications process. Now delivered via Armor’s secure cloud infrastructure, Tango+ will enable organizations to build complete, secure CCM applications in the cloud, the vendor says.

“At Elixir, security is always a proactive quest and a top priority,” comments Waqar Ahmad, chief information security officer, Elixir Technologies. “Armor was a clear choice as a partner, not only because it leads the industry on issues such as proactive threat intelligence, dwell time and other important security strategies, but also because of the company’s approach to reliability and scalability. By partnering with Armor, we’re able to deliver Tango+ on the most secure, reliable, scalable infrastructure available, enabling organizations to immediately deploy secure Tango+ CCM applications in the cloud without the cost associated with owning such powerful and secure environments.”

Closed-Loop of Intelligence, Defense and Control

Armor provides what Jeff Schilling, the vendor’s chief of operations and security, characterizes as a closed-loop of intelligence, defense and control powered by the company’s elite cyber security professionals. “We differentiate ourselves through not only our solution offerings, such as Armor Complete, but by working hand in hand with customers and partners, acting as an extension of their internal teams,” Schilling comments. “This partnership with Elixir further demonstrates Armor’s commitment to providing secure cloud environments, regardless of what industry is requiring a managed approach to security.”

Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For over a decade he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at AnthODonnell@IIReporter.com or (503) 936-2803.

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