Cortlandt Manor (PRWEB) October 27, 2014
OpenIAM, a provider of Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions, announces the immediate availability of the Identity and Access Management Server for small to medium sized enterprises.
“OpenIAM solutions have already been deployed in large enterprises. However, we have been seeing increasing demand from companies with less than 500 employees looking for a solution that can provide automated user life cycle management, SSO and access certification for audits that is easy to use and reasonably priced,” said Ameet Shah, VP of Marketing. The IAM Server for SMB has been designed to address these needs and priced accordingly.
The OpenIAM IAM Server for SMB offers a unified solution that is easy to deploy and configure. It offers customers the following functionality:
- Automated Provisioning and De-provisioning – Connectors included for popular systems such as Microsoft Active Directory, Exchange, Google, LDAP, and many others
- Single sign-on using federation to cloud services such as Google, Salesforce, Box.net and many others
- Self service portal for end users
- Forgot password management
- Customizable workflows for managing request and approvals
- Access review and certification
- Audit and Reporting
The SMB server is available with an optional jump-start service available directly from OpenIAM or from authorized partners to allow customers to be up and running with a customized solution within a short amount of time.
About OpenIAM, LLC
Founded in 2008, OpenIAM is a comprehensive Identity and Access Management platform that manages an organization’s user identities and controls access to sensitive systems and data. The OpenIAM product suite has been built from the ground up to provide a cost effective, easy to use IAM solution without the issues found in offerings that have grown largely through acquisitions and legacy systems. The company’s products are being used by mid to large organizations in a variety of industries including: government, financial services, telecommunications, education, healthcare, manufacturing and publishing.
For more information, please visit: http://www.openiam.com