STT GDC India helps Max Life Insurance build a cost-effective robust, scalable infra
Max Life Insurance Company Limited is a leading life insurance company serving to approximately 2,00,000 life insurance customers in India. Its distribution channel includes banks, individual agents, brokers, and corporate agents, among others.

With IT at the core of its operations, Max Life Insurance relies heavily on a dependable, scalable and cost-effective data centre infra – and STT GDC India helped the ace insurer achieve exactly that.

100% uptime, extreme security
Max Life Insurance was on the lookout for a partner that could provide a state-of-the-art-data centre. The major concern was digitization to be done along with security and leveraging cloud to the best of its potential.
A professional datacentre service provider
Max Life Insurance leveraged STT GDC India's world-class infrastructure, and set up a data centre in Noida with a disaster recovery centre (DR) in Chennai.
High uptime, no capex, optimized costs
Leveraging STT GDC India's data centre facilities, Max Life Insurance designated data centre operations to an expert and focused solely on business operations. Lot of load and effort taken away from IT operations along with an uptime of 99.95 percent.
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