November 30, 2016 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Hitachi ID Systems is demonstrating Hitachi ID Identity Express™ – an industry-first, innovative, preconfigured, out of the box solution that delivers full-featured identity and access management (IAM) automation at Gartner's Identity & Access Management Summit in Las Vegas this week.
Attendees are flocking to booth 602 in the Forum Ballroom at Caesar's Palace to learn about the revolutionary approach to IAM implementations. Historically, implementation of identity and access management solutions required significant consulting services for process re-engineering, integrations and custom workflow development. This complexity led to high cost, risks and delays, often resulting in multi-million-dollar, multi-year projects.
“Automating user lifecycles with most IAM products has become so complex and costly that analyst firms routinely warn customers to begin with entitlement cleanup before starting implementation of complex automated identities and entitlement solutions,” says Idan Shoham, CTO. “Hitachi ID Identity Express eliminates this problem -- customers can now automate IAM processes in weeks, not years – with minimal pre-implementation prep work.”
With Hitachi ID Identity Express, organizations acquire a rich set of automated business processes and policies. Identity Express solutions embody best practices for onboarding, transfers and termination processes, including access requests, approvals, recertification and more. These processes completely replace, rather than re-implement, legacy processes at a relatively low TCO.
Attendees can learn more by attending CTO Idan Shoham's session Thursday morning on 'Rapid Deployment of Rich IAM Automation' at the Augustus I, Emperors Level at 10:30am.
About Hitachi ID Systems, Inc.
Hitachi ID Systems delivers access governance and identity administration solutions to organizations globally, including Fortune 500 companies to secure access to systems in both the enterprise and in the cloud.
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