By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Computer Weekly News -- Auric Systems International , a trusted leader in payment processing software, was determined to extend its software business into the services market. Auric's biggest hurdle: the cost to manage and maintain a PCI compliant data center. Auric needed a partner focused on creating the managed hosting industry's best PCI environment. To grow its business to the next level, Auric Systems International turned to INetU Managed Hosting, a leading global provider of managed Cloud and dedicated hosting for mission-critical applications. "The expenses and complexities of hosting were standing in the way of our vision for how Auric would evolve as a business," said Raymond Cote , President, Auric Systems International . "It was critical that we partner with a major player in compliant hosting, who built compliance into its data centers from the ground up, offered a fair price, provided an integrated service model and, most importantly, carried the compliance and hosting burden to allow Auric Systems International to focus on the services that would make our business succeed." The partnership provides Auric Systems International with the ability to host their PaymentVault™ tokenization and n-key™ key management services in the INetU Gated Community Cloud™. INetU handles the complexities of maintaining a PCI compliant hosting environment so Auric can focus on running their core business. Beyond assisting Auric Systems International in its expansion into the payment services industry, INetU has become a valued partner thanks to its work on the customer support and services fronts. "With INetU, questions are answered in a matter of hours as opposed to days," said Cote. "Often my team at INetU will reach out proactively, and when I reach out, the wait time for a response is brief. Their highly-detailed feedback makes it clear that the team understands my environment and how it's deployed. Even more encouraging is the familiarity. Auric has been with INetU for three years and I always deal with the same people. In most other cases, you deal with a call center. Whenever I need to speak with INetU, I'm having a conversation with an invested partner. INetU acts like a customer service company that provides high-quality hosting, not a hosting company that also provides customer service." Achieving and maintaining PCI compliance costs businesses both time and money. For Auric, and all INetU partners, compliance is built into their hosted environments. INetU is PCI Level 1 certified as a hosting provider, offering compliant systems following the SSAE 16 standard. The Company's processes and controls pass regular, rigorous scrutiny of multiple outside service auditors, and its managed Security Suite delivers a wide range of sophisticated tools for protecting data and repelling attackers. "It has been a great experience partnering with Auric Systems International through their business expansion," said Dev Chanchani , CEO and Founder, INetU. "With over 50% of our business focused on helping SaaS companies deliver their solutions in the Cloud, we understand the business-critical services that software companies need to be successful. While our expertise in compliance, security and systems management were an important part of building the relationship with Auric, the service and support we offer creates the true business partnership." Businesses with PCI compliance needs looking to partner with the leader in compliant managed hosting services can learn more about INetU and its capabilities here. Keywords for this news article include: Software. Our reports deliver fact-based news of research and discoveries from around the world. Copyright 2014, NewsRx LLC
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