Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance Should Also Protect the Economic Life Cycle of the Business

Recently, Saviynt Received the highest product score for two of the four use cases in the Gartner 2018 Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance and Administration. In particular, the company scored a 4.0 out of 5 in the Midsize or Large Enterprise Use Case and 3.95 out of 5 in the Governance-Focused Use Case. And we’re proud of this.

According to the authors of the Gartner 2018 Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance and Administration report, “The IGA market is mature, and products typically address most of the needs of their customers for customary IGA scenarios. Where products differ is in their approaches to the problems IGA is intended to address.” You can download the report here.

We believe the right approach is giving you greater visibility to securely manage the identity and access lifecycle across multiple IT environments using compliance to help you focus where the risk is highest. At the same time, our delivery model helps you protect the economic life cycle of the business by ensuring you don’t spend a dollar in product today and five dollars in services tomorrow. To do this, we craft out-of-the-box workflows based on use-cases and best practices our engineers bring to the table from years working in both the vendor and system integrator fields.

We’re proud to have secured two of Gartner’s highest use case scores, which confirms our ability to meet the unique challenges and needs most organizations face today and in the future. Which is why we call our solution IGA 2.0.

To receive a complimentary copy of Gartner’s Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance and Administration, click here.

Amie Johnson

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Amie covers messaging strategy for Saviynt. Her tech career includes a mix of roles and technologies from PR, to Product Marketing and from Mainframe software development to identity and access governance. She specializes in in turning complex technical ideas into simple stories worth sharing at a dinner party.

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