Japan's Pioneer of Token-Less One-time Password System Developer, PASSLOGY Calls for Sales Agencies in the US

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Passlogy Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan), announced today that it is seeking sales partners in the US, who would promote and sell the revolutionary one-time password (OTP) authentication system, PASSLOGIC, through valued customer channel, and provide customer support services.

Passlogy Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan), announced today that it is seeking sales partners in the US, who would promote and sell the revolutionary Passlogy products through valued customer channel, and provide customer support services.

As featured in the Network World January 2009 issue* as among the most secure, flexible, and easy-to-use in the industry, Passlogy's signature token-less one time password (OTP) authentication system, PASSLOGIC, made its debut in the US market this year. (*see Network World January 2009 Issue)

Given the current economic crisis, it has become more critical than ever to prioritize the cost performance of essential business tools in order to achieve a highly lean, effective operation. One possible way to cut costs is to adopt ID administrative products. They could reduce various tangible and intangible operating expenses. On the other hand, using one ID password to gain access to multiple systems raises security risks. Thus, enormous hidden costs could be expected.
In order to strengthen security level while still achieving a cost efficient operation, a one-time password (OTP) system is the best choice. If your business uses SSO or IDS, combined use of OTP is imperative.

Adopted by more than 400,000 users, Passlogy's US-patented PASSLOGIC is the leading token-less OTP authentication system among various OTP systems in Japan. Why not a hard token? The answer is simple. Cost efficiency. As the size of the organization grows, more operational costs are involved to administer hard tokens. The same can be said when there is a high employee turn over rate, or many employees are frequent travelers or transferred to other locations.

The following entities may gain a strong competitive edge and enjoy a synergic advantage by adding PASSLOGIC to their product lines:

  •     Manufacturers

VPN manufacturers, SSO manufacturers, and authentication manufacturers can offer strengthened authentication by co-offering PASSLOGIC.

  •     System integrators, distributors, and independent sales representatives

Sales agencies, distributors, and independent sales representatives of VPN or SSO products, and system developers can provide a large array of security products, adding strong competitiveness to differentiate them from others in the market.

  •     Infrastructure providers

Authentication infrastructures and payment clearing infrastructures can offer more secure, user-friendly login system to users.

  •     Crowd computing services

PASSLOGIC's OTP is the perfect solution for SaaS, online-based services, and secured contents.

Upon calling for sales partners in the US, Passlogy welcomes all potential partners to visit a new demo page in its web site, http://www.PatternPass.com.

To apply for or inquire about a sales agency partnership opportunity, visit PatternPass Web Site and contact PatternPass US representative.

About Passlogy Co., Ltd.
Established in February 2000 in Tokyo Japan, Passlogy was the early profounder of security issues in Japan. The firm has foreseen the arrival of the security age and viewed high security as not only an obvious necessity but also something that should be very convenient and unobtrusive to the user. Passlogy has since developed and perfected award winning authentication technology and solution, including Passlogy!ASP, awarded the Information Security Product Award at the INTEROP TOKYO 2007. The number of licenses Passlogy provides has steadily increased since its inception to more than 400,000 licensed users, including major Japanese airlines, banks, retailers, and high tech companies.

For more information, visit PatternPass Web Site.

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