Identity Automation, LP Releases Single-Sign-On (SSO) Solution, Version 2.4.0, for ARMS Product
HOUSTON, Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – Identity Automation, LP, a leading provider of Identity and Access Management (IAM), application integration and data integration solutions, announced this week that in addition to its SAML-based SSO previously released in the Access Request Management System (ARMS) 2.1.0 last year, the company has now added a form-based application SSO in release, version 2.4.0.
Identity Management, LP helps organizations of all types and sizes to solve their real world, every day business problems. Offering the premier end-user facing identity management tool in today’s market, Identity Management, LP’s ARMS product combines an intuitive, simple-to-use interface with the power and functionality to manage identity and access in the most complex of business environments.
Offering a simple, transparent solution for profile and password maintenance, ARMS’ delegation of self-service responsibility to users and group leaders helps free IT staff from the need to constantly unlock employees’ accounts and reset their passwords.
This solution ultimately allows organizations to leverage their technology staff to focus on more strategic initiatives, as well as help their bottom line, said James Litton, CEO, Identity Automation, LP.
“Our new product is all about efficiency and putting the control back into the users’ hands,” said Litton. “Basically, this tool helps decrease IT burden, actually removing IT as a middle man, so people can go through some very user-friendly steps to recover their own passwords.”
A key feature of the new product allows end users to be delegated the ability to keep their digital identity up-to-date. They can view and edit their profile, change their password and reset their forgotten password via a user-friendly, self-service application.
Organizations and/or companies that deploy the ARMS Account Management Module can define delegations to meet specific requirements. For example, school districts can leverage custom delegation definitions to provide teachers with the ability to assist students with password resets. Additionally, department managers can be given authority over their entire team, giving them easy, self-supportability when it comes to user information issues.
ARMS also has the added functionality of a mobile application available for devices, such as iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile platforms. “This gives users the flexibility to reset their passwords from a mobile device when they are unable to authenticate to a PC and access the ARMS web interface,” Litton said.
About Identity Automation, LLP
With today’s ever-increasing regulatory and compliance demands, pressures to avoid and reduce cost while, at the same time, improve productivity and service levels to the business, it is critical to rely on technology to ensure that enterprises can meet these very high demands. Founded in 2004, Identity Automation, LP delivers identity management, application integration and data integration solutions to over one million users that address the problems of cost and complexity associated with manual account lifecycle management processes, and with connecting on-premise and cloud based applications and data. Privately held, Identity Automation is headquartered in Houston, Texas. To learn more, visit www.identityautomation.com.
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