Unlocking revenue growth across the globe with faster compliance
Here’s how we generate value for your business
Compliance and trust
Store and process data in compliance with data residency requirements, for data protection and compliance, which builds trust with customers, partners, and regulators
Ensure that data is stored and processed in compliance with data residency requirements to protect data from unauthorized access and data breaches, which can lead to reputational damage and lost revenue
Save on data storage and processing costs by reducing the need to invest in their own infrastructure and personnel. Reduce the costs associated with transferring data between countries, which can be expensive and time-consuming.
Flexibility and scalability
Get the flexibility to adjust data storage, and processing needs as their business grows or changes. This can help businesses scale their operations more efficiently, which can lead to cost savings and increased revenue.
The Benefits of Data Residency
Empowering diverse set of industries to operate more efficiently
Empowering the manufacturing industry with data insights to curate seamless digital experiences.
Healthcare & Life Sciences
Our experts build personalized, and scalable digital solutions that prioritize patient care and efficiency.
Boost employee engagement and improve the customer experience. Powering transformation within the organization, to get scalable growth.
Helping businesses grow their brand and increase brand loyalty, we deliver seamless digital experiences
What Our Clients Say About Us
“DTC did great work, they felt like part of our company while we were working on the project. They scoped everything out and really helped us step back and see the 50,000-foot view, and then zoom in on implementation. We could not be happier with the results of our project. We would recommend them to anyone for highly skilled customer-focused assistance with Salesforce implementations.”
“I had worked on a Salesforce build with another company, who did not complete the project and left it in an unusable state of disarray. DTCForce took on the project, revamped it and completed it with great knowledge and efficiency. I have worked with them to make further improvements and plan to under go another major project with them in the New Year.”
“Jawad Nasser and Jack Grewal were excellent. They helped us to stay on schedule, were flexible in meeting with us when needed, and responsive to our needs for assistance. Excellent process, would both choose them again and recommend them to others.”
“As far as efficiency, flexibility, and overall project evaluation: you all have been excellent business partners and we have had nothing but a good experience. We’re more than satisfied with all your’s efforts.”
What we offer
Frequently asked questions
Data residency refers to the physical location of data and the laws and regulations that apply to it. Data residency can be affected by a number of factors, including where a company is based, where its data is stored and processed, and the location of the individuals whose data is being collected and used.
Data localization, data residency, and data sovereignty are related but distinct concepts that refer to the location and governance of data. Data localization refers to specific requirements for storing and processing data within a country or region, data residency refers to the physical location of data and the laws that apply to it, and data sovereignty refers to a country’s right to exercise control over data within its borders.
Overall, data residency can help companies unlock new revenue growth by building trust, gaining access to new markets, protecting data, and reducing costs.
Data residency as a service refers to the provision of data storage and processing services that are compliant with data residency requirements. This can include storing data on servers or other physical infrastructure within a specific country or region, as well as processing data using software or other technology within that country or region.
These companies may have multiple data centers located in different countries, allowing them to offer data residency as a service in a variety of locations.
They typically contract with a provider to store and process its data in a specific location. The provider is responsible for ensuring that the data is stored and processed in compliance with relevant data residency requirements, as well as any other requirements specified in the contract.
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