The company needed to reduce costs by modernizing its legacy identity and access management (IAM) solution. The company also needed to support modern applications to serve millions of customers using a growing variety of devices.
The IT team was struggling with legacy systems that vendors no longer supported, while limited scale and lack of centralized data management hindered support of a growing customer base. It was difficult to deliver services over modern devices, particularly smartphones. And, maintaining multiple identity data repositories was inefficient and costly.
The company deployed the Ping Identity Platform to enable secure, speedy, and convenient money transfers across hundreds of thousands of locations. They consolidated multiple repositories into a single data store, and added single sign-on (SSO) capabilities that support customer transactions across all apps and services.
The Ping platform handles 6 million entries, with room to accommodate growth. Consolidating repositories reduced complexity and cost by simplifying administration. The open standards platform integrates easily with other products for future-proof flexibility. In addition, fine-grained access controls and centralized governance reduce breach risk and ensure compliance with data use regulations.