“Gr4vy, a cloud-native payments infrastructure company, has extended the vault service to the next level by bringing its enterprise-grade cloud vault to businesses of all sizes through a subscription-based, self-service model.”
The trend of as-a-service continues to remain popular in the finance industry as organizations look for agile and innovative ways to optimize and automate their workflows.
These trends have enabled the rise of managed vault services as an alternate way to managing SSH certificates, security keys, permissions and other application credentials.
Gr4vy, a cloud-native payments infrastructure company, has extended the vault service to the next level by bringing its enterprise-grade cloud vault to businesses of all sizes through a subscription-based, self-service model.
What has Gr4vy brought to its customers?
Gr4vy is in full mode to offer the biggest bonanza to its customers with its three tailored plans. These plans will allow merchants and businesses to streamline payment data management and storage while accessing highly scalable cloud infrastructure. Gr4vy’s vault is PCI DSS Level 1 certified, ensures PSP independence, and data portability, and enables management of a complete tokenisation strategy within a secure environment.
Gr4vy’s vault-as-a-service comes with multiple benefits-
Vault-as-a-service from Gr4vy streamlines PCI compliance while making it simple to store, pull, update, and share card data. The original raw card data, billing information, and shipment information can all be stored by merchants and linked to a vaulted card.
John Lunn, founder and CEO of Gr4vy, said, “The ability to store card details and replace them with network-specific tokens while ensuring enhanced security and data portability can be complex. Merchants must contend with infrastructure, PSP-specific tokens and other restrictions as they grow. Merchants require a ready-made vault that provides network tokens for payment processing and keeps card data secure. This is why we’ve expanded our vault. We wanted to give merchants a level of service that fits their individual needs while allowing them to take on tokenization and scale.”