OneLogin aims to simplify identity and access management for organizations. The achievement of this is through single sign-on (SSO), real-time user provisioning, multi-factor authentication, as well as access to a unified directory and reporting capabilities. The goal is to streamline and provide secure access to enterprise information for employees, partners, as well as customers.
Experience at the Helm
Back in August of 2017, Brad Brooks took over as CEO of OneLogin. He brings experience to the helm, with 25-years working with leading global technology companies.
A Quality Employee Base
OneLogin is known for its fantastic workforce, and it was recognized by Fortune Magazine in 2017 as one of the top 10 places to work. It was in the top 10 in the Best Small Workplaces in the Bay Area category. This is the fourth such aware for OneLogin. Prior recognition had come from Glassdoor, as well as Fortune and San Francisco Business Times.
Happy, Global Customers
The OneLogin customers are global. There are over 2,000 of them. In 2017, Airbus was the biggest to join the OneLogin client base. The space manufacturer chose OneLogin as their identity and access management provider to add value and redesign their information technology systems.
Technology is the driving force behind the success of OneLogin. Multi-factor authentication functionality as unveiled in 2017, only adding to the offerings from the company.
Access from mobile devices and desktops is also always available, making OneLogin friendly for all platforms. Employees are working remotely more than ever before, on iPhones, Android devices, and more. OneLogin makes it easy to function across all device types.
OneLogin continues to prove to be an ideal solution for companies large and small. Handling the security of an enterprise can be tricky, and software like OneLogin makes it easier to allow employees, partners, and customers access to your business network and applications.