Start by unpacking some of the technical complexities of our software, as well as our background, our partners, integrated infrastructure, and our incident response protocol.
- TIQ Software was created by Rocketfuel Productions Inc. (RFP)
- RFP was established in 2006
- RFP raised over $1M in Venture Capital funding in 2010 and is backed by Foundation Equity II
- Won multiple provincial, national and international awards, including Top 15 Startup in Canada.
- Website: tiqsoftware.com
We work with small, medium, and enterprise-level partners in both Canada and the United States. Some of our past and current partners include:
- ATB Financial
- Building Trades of Alberta
- Canadian Western Bank
- College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta
- Discovery Communications
- Lehigh Hanson/ Heidelberg Cement
- NorQuest College
- TEIBAS - Toronto Electrical Industry Benefit Administrative Services
- University of Alberta
- University of Calgary
TIQ Software is an all-in-one game powered software platform that includes the following features:
- Browser based
- Mobile responsive - works on any device including desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
- Runs in the cloud - AWS in the Canada East region.
- Secures user login identities - OKTA
- Provides data and analytics using our TIQ API - Heroku
- Delivers automated support - Zendesk
Under the hood
TIQ Software infrastructure is powered by safe and secure enterprise grade services. Please click on the link to review the product to confirm any required compliance documentation for your project:
- Hosting - AWS (Amazon Web Services)
- Database - MongoDB Atlas
- Infrastructure/ API - Heroku
- Identity - OKTA
To understand how these technical components connect, please see the diagram below or download a PDF copy
Response Protocol - Incident and Data Breach
We follow a 5 step incident response protocol adopted from our work with the Microsoft Azure Cloud team.
If one of OKTA or MongoDB Atlas experiences a breach, our policy is to disclose the following information:
- If a breach occurred (at any level)
- What sensitive information, if any, has been compromised
- The time to resolve the breach (depending on what has occurred)*
Our summarized process is:
- Contact the service provider
- Review the data (logs)
- Identify the information to confirm what, if anything, was compromised
- Notify our customer
Our typical response time for all incidents is 24 hours or less for the initial service provider breach notification.
Every TIQ Software project comes complete with help for administrators and end-users.
If you or your audience is having trouble, they can submit a request through TIQ which is collected by our Zendesk integration, and triaged with an initial automated response confirming that we've received the ticket.
Our internal team reviews all support tickets as follows:
- Technical Issues - we respond in a timely manner (usually 24 hours or less) during normal business hours - Monday to Friday 9am-5pm MST
- Content Issues - reviewed directly with our project partner before either a) the customer responds directly or our team is instructed to respond to the end-user (to ensure the accuracy of the reply).