thryve is certified as ISO 27001 compliant

This blog marks a huge announcement for me. Three years ago, in 2017, we decided to pursue ISO 27001 approval for thryve. If you are not familiar with the standard, it presents a globally-recognised framework for data management security and integrity. You’ll find this standard’s emblem on the websites and correspondence of some of the […]

May’s top Salesforce, Riskonnect and Tableau blogs

Every month, we round up blogs from some of the companies thryve leverages to build our business solutions. In May, there is a lot of emerging advice on navigating the COVID-19 crisis. These include keeping a culture going with work-from-home employees, survival tips from entrepreneurs, and how visualisation software makes social distancing easy to quantify. […]

Linkedin post – Tableau social distancing blog

Does social distancing work, and if so, how much distance is needed? Tableau, the leading data visualisation service supported by thryve, is creating and highlighting some beneficial visualisation tools to track and predict COVID-19 events. It recently looked at the social distancing question, presenting three different visualisation simulations to estimate the impact of keeping a […]

Bringing Ontario’s insurance back to the customer

By Neer Rama, Force Solutions Product Manager at thryve The arrival of Ontario’s Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) is a welcome change for the province’s beleaguered motorists. The FSRA has oversight over financial services in general. But there is a particular hope that it will address the ongoing problems of local vehicle insurance, a point […]

Three steps to using your business data

By Riaan Bekker, Force Solutions Manager, thryve Data analytics are vital for a modern organisation. According to the Deloitte Analytics Advantage surveys, two-thirds of businesses regard analytics as strategically important. 62% say their analytics are tied to strategy, and 16% see it as their greatest benefit when launching key initiatives. But these statistics only underpin […]