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„Navigate 2013“ feiert SailPoints wachsende Community von Kunden und Partnern

SailPoint startet heute seine mit Spannung erwartete erste Kunden- und Partnerkonferenz „Navigate“ im Hotel Four Seasons in Austin, zu der über 200 Teilnehmer erwartet werden. Die Navigate 2013 kann mit einer eindrucksvollen Liste von Kunden von SailPoint aufwarten, darunter Adobe, Equifax und Providence Health, die eine Reihe von intensiven Präsentationen über Fallstudien halten werden, um ihre Erfahrungen bei der Anwendung von Erfolgsmethoden für das Identitäts- und Zugriffsmanagement („Identity and Access Management“, IAM) weiterzugeben. Das exklusive Grundsatzreferat der Veranstaltung kommt vom Vice President von Gartner Research, Earl Perkins, der den Wandel im Identitätsmanagement erörtern wird. Perkins wird außerdem praktische Tipps für das Herstellen von Transparenz und Kontrolle für Zugangsrechte von Nutzern geben, um angesichts der schnell voranschreitenden Übernahme von Technologien dauerhaften Erfolg zu erzielen.

Die Navigate-Konferenz ist eine der zentralen Ressourcen für die schnell wachsende internationale Kunden- und Partner-Community von SailPoint. Produktexperten von SailPoint werden während der gesamten Veranstaltung praxisorientierte Sitzungen mit Tipps und technischen Anleitungen anbieten, darunter das „Navigate Identity Wheelhouse“, in dem den Teilnehmern persönliche Demonstrationen und Tutorials der branchenführenden IAM-Lösungen von SailPoint angeboten werden. Während der Veranstaltung wird SailPoint drei Partner für ihre Investitionen und Beiträge zu den Aktivitäten von SailPoint mit dem jährlich vergebenen Armada-Preis des Unternehmens auszeichnen. Die Armada-Sieger 2012 – Adinsec, Grabowsky und Qubera Solutions – können aufgrund ihrer Tätigkeit als bewährte Berater für Pre-Sales-Begleitung und Post-Sales-Betreuung auf eine Erfolgsgeschichte bei der Unterstützung der Firma SailPoint und ihrer Kunden verweisen.

„Es ist enorm lohnend, sich die Kunden-Community anzusehen, die sich um SailPoint entwickelt hat, sowie das breite Netzwerk von Partnern, die uns bei der Unterstützung dieser Community helfen“, sagte Kevin Cunningham, Präsident und Gründer von SailPoint. „Die Navigate bietet eine spannende Chance für unsere Community von Kunden und Partnern, Ideen auszutauschen, mit einigen der besten Köpfe im Bereich IAM zusammenzuarbeiten sowie herauszufinden, wie wir in einem im ständigen Wandel begriffenen Markt weiterhin neue Möglichkeiten für das IAM erschließen können. Da die größten Unternehmen der Welt weiterhin die direkten, greifbaren Ergebnisse erhalten, die unser an Kontrolle orientierter Ansatz zum IAM erbringt, sind wir der Meinung, dass die Navigate zu einem jährlichen Treffen für das Weitergeben von Erfolgsmethoden und die Zusammenarbeit mit IAM-Experten werden kann.“

SailPoint ist ebenso wie die Kunden- und Partner-Community der Firma dabei, rasch zum größten unabhängigen IAM-Anbieter der Branche zu werden. Das Unternehmen hat auf der ganzen Welt Hunderte von Kunden der Global 2000. Ebenso ist das Partnerprogramm von SailPoint auf über 60 Partner in 27 verschiedenen Ländern weltweit angewachsen, und über 700 Berater haben Schulungen für Produkte von SailPoint erhalten. Viele dieser Partner nehmen an der Navigate teil und unterstützen SailPoint bei der ersten Durchführung der Veranstaltung.

Um die Diskussion während der #Navigate13 zu verfolgen, besuchen Sie bitte die Twitter-Seite von SailPoint und den Blog von SailPoint, die regelmäßig aktualisiert werden.

Über SailPoint

SailPoint ist auf dem Gebiet des Identitätsmanagements vor Ort und auf SaaS-Basis marktführend und unterstützt die weltweit größten Unternehmen bei der Minimierung von Risiken, der Senkung von IT-Kosten und der Sicherstellung von Compliance. Die innovativen Lösungen des Unternehmens, IdentityIQTM und AccessIQTM, bieten hervorragenden Einblick in und Kontrolle über den Zugang von Nutzern zu sensiblen Anwendungen und Daten, ganz gleich, wo sich diese befinden. Die Produktsuite von SailPoint bietet den Kunden eine umfassende Lösung für ein risikobewusstes Compliance Management, ein geschlossenes Lifecycle-Management für Nutzer, flexible Dienste, Cloud-Zugangsmanagement und Identity Intelligence – dies alles auf der Grundlage eines integrierten Governance-Modells. Das Unternehmen wurde 2005 gegründet und hat seinen Sitz in Austin, Texas (USA). Es unterhält Niederlassungen in Deutschland, Großbritannien, Indien, Israel, den Niederlanden und Singapur. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.sailpoint.com, oder folgen Sie SailPoint auf www.twitter.com/sailpoint.

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