Real Time Auditing / Process Verification Engine

Factom Apollo™ software was designed to help mitigate the risk of centralized databases. The liability of data is that it can be altered without a record of those changes. It has become clear that database integrity is core to a well-functioning business. 

A Factom Apollo™ software integration allows you to continue using business process that work for your organization, while having a clear history of how data has been changed over time.

Can Factom Apollo™ help your business excel?

Make better decisions based on completely honest records.

Factom Apollo can help

Factom Apollo™ software audits multiple sources of data, bringing together disparate information into a unified chain of events. These chains of data are updated in real-time. They become a single record of truth that can't be manipulated.

  • Perform real-time audits to verify data has not been backdated or altered.
  • Know who did what within your organization by using our immutable data ledger.
  • Know and prove you are in compliance with regulators, without an expensive manual audit.
  • Understand what assets and liabilities you have in real time.

Factom Apollo™ software lets you concentrate on your organization's mission and the challenges you are facing. It frees up audit and compliance resources. And it allows you to get the answers you need fast. Never lose sight of customers, orders, or assets even when the information leaves the four walls of your organization.

Factom Apollo™ software is ideal for tracking insurance claims data, financial trading, and informs whether complex business processes are being followed.

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