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Password Express Delivers Secure, Self-Service Password Management In The Cloud

Ilantus Technologies unveils password management solution with strong security and enterprise integration

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., Oct.18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ILANTUS Technologies, a leading system integrator and consulting organization in the identity management arena, today announced the release of Password Express, an intuitive, easy-to-use self-service password management solution with strong security and enterprise integration. Part of the ILANTUS Express Initiative, Password Express can be deployed in the cloud or on premise to meet the needs of an enterprise managing hybrid deployments quickly and easily.

Password Express builds on the success of its predecessor, Password Management Portal. Deployed in many organizations over the past four years, the Password Management Portal core engine has been redesigned on current technology to provide a more robust feature set, the ability to harness the hybrid world of cloud/enterprise, and ensure tight security with a user friendly interface.

Password Express delivers a simple, secure user experience for access and authentication.

"Business today is global, workforces are virtual, and access to resources is expected instantly. Users are able to manage password-related issues in a matter of minutes instead of hours, from anywhere, at anytime, on any web-enabled device," said Binod Singh, President and CEO of ILANTUS. "This greatly improves user productivity and satisfaction, and frees help desk and security resources thereby reducing costs."

Password Express is a self-service solution which provides an exceptional level of enterprise system security with industry-best-practice identity authentication, without complicating the user experience. With its open architecture, Password Express can be easily integrated with most Service Desk ticketing systems, providing the benefit of automated password-related issue tracking. Password synchronization is delivered through seamless integration with an enterprise's existing IAM solution, infrastructure, applications, and cloud-based services.

Password Express is an affordable solution that can be implemented in less than an hour as a cloud-based service or an on-premise solution; and because of its ease of use, no end-user training is required. Helping the enterprise securely manage the convergence of cloud and enterprise environments and users, Password Express exemplifies ILANTUS' ability to simplify the complex with an easy, intuitive, affordable solution.

About ILANTUS Technologies

ILANTUS Technologies (http://www.ilantus.com) is a leading product and solution provider in identity management, access management, access governance, and information security. ILANTUS delivers innovative identity security products and solutions rapidly and affordably in cloud, hosted and enterprise platforms, leveraging best of breed technologies and their 12 years of IAM software integration experience. ILANTUS is the implementation partner of choice, provides hosted/ managed services and 24/7 support for companies deploying IAM software across the globe. ILANTUS responds to critical challenges in a complex market with innovative, simple, fast-to-implement Identity Management, Access Governance, Federation, and Password Management solutions.

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