Our Ring Matrix software is a web-based Software as a Service (SaaS) application which provides a platform to manage business data and information. Ring Matrix was created with open-source technologies and has been designed to be fast and lightweight. Unlike many other products there are no third-party licence fees for databases or operating systems, this reduces running costs and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
The Ring Matrix software has been designed to be flexible and can be used in every industry sector where data and documents exist. Our experienced team configure the core modules to suit your data and workflow requirements or we can extend the core modules by designing and creating custom modules to create any functionality required.
By default, the Ring Matrix is branded as our product but we also offer a whitebox or white label service.
Every aspect of the Ring Matrix brand and design can be customised and you can brand the Ring Matrix platform as your own product. This includes running the application on your own domain name or sub-domain.
The Ring Matrix core provides a stable platform to build on. We can enable or disable application modules as required and can configure modules to import or export data; control security and user access; provide audit trails and change logs; manage files and folders; display information in charts, graphs and tables; raise alerts; or automatically perform the next step in your workflow. Our dedicated team can extend the capabilities of the core system by designing and creating tailor-made modules.
The Ring Matrix system is enterprise grade and has been designed to work without artificial licence limits.
You can have as many users, projects and files as needed. The only limit being the data centre infrastructure, server hardware, network bandwidth and file storage capacity. These can all be upgraded.
As an example, for one client, we run a business critical system with around a dozen production servers located in the UK along with a full mirror DR site located in Europe. The databases are replicated in real time and the servers store multiple mirrored copies of critical business data. Geo-redundant backup servers save regular snapshots of the databases to ensure business continuity.