OneLogin, a cloud-based Identity and Access Management (IAM) provider, today announced at Workday Rising 2011 -- Workday’s annual customer event (October 24-27, 2011, ARIA Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada) -- the integration of Workday’s workforce data and the ability to provision cloud-based applications using Workday’s employee entitlements, further solidifying OneLogin as a leading provider of identity management in the cloud.
Workday is the leader in SaaS-based enterprise solutions for global human resources, payroll, and financial management, providing the system of record for workforce and financial data. OneLogin’s integration to Workday eliminates the need for HR to have to setup an employee in each cloud-based application. OneLogin can use Workday’s employee database to receive live employee updates and push those to Active Directory and cloud applications like Google Apps and Salesforce.
“Workday is an organization's global system of record for workforce data and their employment status with the company. OneLogin's integrations enable HR and IT organizations to effectively manage access to other cloud-based applications the company has adopted, helping those organizations manage risk and costs,” said Jeff Pulver, Vice President of Business Development, Workday.
OneLogin's real-time user provisioning and de-provisioning ensure that employees have instant access to applications when they join the organization and are disconnected immediately upon departure. Automatic provisioning in target applications provides employees with entitlements that correspond to their function and privilege level. Since HR has the most accurate record of who is employed, OneLogin can enforce this throughout the company’s cloud applications and reduce the risk of security breaches from former employees as well as ensure compliance. “Integrating Workday as a directory for OneLogin greatly simplifies the management of employee access to cloud-based applications. As businesses store increasingly more sensitive data in the cloud it has become critical to simplify and streamline employee access management,” said Thomas Pedersen, CEO of OneLogin. “Our customers are seeing great productivity and cost gains as a result of eliminating passwords, centralizing access control and automating user management.”
Pricing and Availability
OneLogin is available to Workday customers today starting at $1 per user per month. To view a product demonstration, visit OneLogin at Workday Rising.
About Workday Rising
Workday Rising is the company's fifth annual gathering of Workday customers, partner sponsors, prospective customers, and employees coming together to learn, collaborate, and network. It is Workday's largest customer event of the year, with overwhelming support from Workday's customer base of more than 230 companies.
About OneLogin, Inc.
OneLogin (onelogin.com) provides the fastest path to IAM in the cloud with an on-demand solution consisting of single sign-on, password management, multi-factor authentication, directory integration, user provisioning and an application catalog with thousands of pre-integrated applications, including AtTask, Box.net, Cornerstone OnDemand, DocuSign, Google Apps, LotusLive, NetSuite, Salesforce, SugarCRM, WebEx, Workday, Yammer and Zendesk. OneLogin, Inc. is backed by Charles River Ventures. Follow us on Twitter:@OneLogin
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