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CMO Technical Overview

CMO Technical Overview
This guide covers Software Architecture, Multi-tenancy, Deployment Architecture and Requirements, and Authentication processes.

Preamble & Confidentiality

This document constitutes the formal response of CMO Software Limited (herein after referred to as CMO) and as such remains the property of CMO. This document contains confidential information concerning CMO and it subsidiaries and partner companies. It is supplied in confidence solely for information purposes for the recipient in connection with an actual or pending purchase of the services or products to which it relates. 

Neither this document nor any information or data contained therein may be used for any other purposes, or duplicated or disclosed in whole or in part, to any third party, without the prior written authorization of CMO.  All information gathered will remain strictly confidential, will be treated with the highest care, and will only be used for the purposes of this project.


CMO is the leading provider of Software as a Service Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) software, supporting over 250,000 users. Corporations and Regulations trust the platform to deliver robust, reliable, Internetdscale applications.

To meet the demands of its user population, CMO COMPLIANCE’s provides both On Premise and Cloud Hosted Solutions. This Hosting Services document explains the cloud hosting services that makes the CMO COMPLIANCE platform fast, scalable, and secure for any type of GRC or HSE solution.


History has shown that every so often, incremental advances in technology and changes in business models create major paradigm shifts in the way software applications are designed, built, and delivered to end users. The invention of personal computers (PCs), computer networking and graphical user interfaces (UIs) gave rise to the adoption of client/server applications over expensive, inflexible, characterd mode mainframe applications. And today, reliable broadband Internet access, serviced-oriented architectures (SOAs), and the cost inefficiencies of managing dedicated on premise applications are driving a transition toward the delivery of decomposable, managed, shared, Web-based services called software as a service (SaaS).



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