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FastTrack has Announced its Migration to Microsoft Azure

By CIOReview | Thursday, September 10, 2020

FastTrack has announced its completion of migration to a cloud-computing platform to manage the numerous coding languages.

FREMONT, CA: FastTrack is a world-leading provider of insurtech solutions for the life & disability insurance industry. Recently, the company has announced its completion of the migration to a cloud-computing platform. The project ensured a transformation to Microsoft Azure for its entire group of solutions. It was accomplished without any disruption of service to its clients.

By utilizing the hosting platform's capability to manage numerous coding languages employed by FastTrack establishes their continuous commitment of using every resource at their disposal to develop a flexible, easy-to-use platform for their client base without creating security issues. The latest model permits a system that can impeccably scale computing requirements to match the increasing growth of FastTrack, who has seen a 60 percent increase in insurance claims under management in the last 12 months.

According to Frank Weichmann, CIO of FastTrack, "With a total of over 160,000 insurance claims currently under management, protection of our customers' data was a primary concern when selecting a cloud provider.We're excited and very pleased to know that our client base is safeguarded in the cloud, along with the guarantee that the platform will be able to keep up with FastTrack's advancing technology needs and its continued rapid claims growth."

The company's group of products and services help insurers triage and thoroughly understand risk management options and drives process automation. It also allows to collect a wide range of data and analyze to establish best practices for the life & disability administration processes. Their main objective is to help claims professionals and underwriters make consistent, repeatable, transparent, objective, and defensible benefits and employability willpowers.