Types of data Stored in TESTING ENVIRONMENT
Person Data: – Person data, also known as indicative data, is used to determined and administer each participant benefits. We store information about each participant employed by other client. The specific data stored varies from client to client. Person data may be considered request data or result data. Request data is the data that has not been processed. Result data is the data for completed activity.
Provision Data: – In addition to person data, we need to store information about the working of the clients benefits plan. Every clients benefits plan has a different rule that dictates how the plan is run. Example, provision data indicates whether loans are allowed, whether transfer or fund reallocation are used, whether contribution are matched or not and which medical option participant can choose. Provision data allows us to keep this information on the TBA system in each client database.
Runtime Data: – Runtime data is a information that pertains to dates and time. Example, on a TBA system database there is a calendar that defines the context of the day.