San Diego (PRWEB) March 5, 2007
digital-telepathy (DT), the San Diego based Agency, announced today that they will support OpenID in all of their upcoming Web applications. DT just completed the first OpenID development for a large Latin American social network and is poised to make the ambitious move toward a portable identity solution for any of their clients looking to build membership-based websites. At the forefront of the Identity 2.0 revolution, DT has been in support of the OpenID standard since its inception in 2005. With Technorati, Microsoft, AOL, digg and Netvibes all behind it, that foresight is coming to fruition as OpenID emerges as the industry standard for single sign-in solutions. DT believes that OpenID will play a major role in lowering the barrier to website entry by increasing membership conversions as well as the promoting of return visitors.
OpenID is a decentralized online identity verification which intends to provide Web users with a single sign-on for all applications. Any website can employ OpenID software as a way for users to sign in, replacing the traditional login name and password with a custom Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). Most importantly, the potential interaction with cross-site information sharing is limitless with OpenID. With users' permission, OpenID will allow the fusion of user profile data from multiple Web sites to create a richer, more customized experience.
Mike Arrington, founder of TechCrunch, confirmed at last week's Future of Web Apps conference in London, "It's definitely time to declare OpenID a winner and the hope for a single-sign on world a reality."
About digital-telepathy, Inc.
San Diego-based digital-telepathy, Inc. is a digital marketing agency with a unique approach to providing strategic marketing counsel for new companies. DT is a tight-knit collective of Internet specialists, brought together to create a team capable of transforming any business into a progressive and innovative source of revenue on the web. Its authentic, passion-driven focus sets it apart from the large impersonal advertising and marketing agencies that are just beginning to explore the Web 2.0 frontier. The company's six years of success on the Internet is directly tied to its love for the work it does.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with DT CEO Chuck Longanecker, please call Kelly Cochran at 619/546-0519 or e-mail her at kelly (at) digitaltelepathy.com