Encentuate Adds 'QuickStart' Authentication

Encentuate announces 'QuickStart' program at Digital ID World 2007

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

September 24, 2007

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Encentuate, leader in the end-point identity and access management (IAM) market, today announced the launch of the Encentuate QuickStart Program offering companies a choice of entry-level packages to install strong authentication (SA), enterprise single sign-on (ESSO), and fully featured IAM solutions.

The programs are designed to deliver Encentuate's award-winning IAM offerings quickly and cost effectively. As their needs evolve, organizations can choose to seamlessly integrate additional identity management and related functions, such as user provisioning or context management as-they-go. Customers can also scale-up, and deploy Encentuate's solution to an unlimited number of end-users.

"We are launching the QuickStart Program to get customers up and running quickly, with minimal investment," said E.K. Koh, vice president of products at Encentuate. "While it can take organizations months and even years to kick-off full-scale identity management initiatives, our prospects have asked for a way to quickly install single sign-on, strong authentication and Encentuate's rich IAM functionality with minimal cost and time commitment."

Encentuate Inc.

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