Today’s enterprises are increasingly realising that their business challenges can’t readily be solved by traditional approaches. As an example, adding more security layers to your infrastructure isn’t necessarily going to make your enterprise more secure and prevent a security breach. Even if it does, it’s likely that it’ll actually make it harder to run an agile business.
On the flip side, enterprises are focusing more and more on enabling better user experiences for their employees, partners and customers—without sacrificing security to pull it off. This isn’t exactly an easy task, especially if traditional approaches are used. To make your enterprise more secure, while also making each experience more fluid, there’s only one answer to the challenge: identity.
On June 12, Ping Identity will be a platinum sponsor at the Identity Management Conference (IDM), one of the UK’s leading events for IAM professionals. Come by our booth, and we’ll be happy to discuss how enterprises are using our identity solutions to overcome their business challenges. But more importantly, we’d love to think beyond today’s challenges and discuss how identity can unlock new potential in your enterprise.
In the spirit of unlocking potential, here are some ways identity is already (and potentially could be) unlocking new opportunities:
Call-time Cuts. Imagine a call center where customers authenticate themselves before connecting to a customer service rep. Think of the time saved not having to verify who the person is, and think of how much money you could save over time.
Authorised Autos. What if you could download your personal profile in your car so that each time you authenticated yourself, your car was personalised to your liking? And when you’re not in your car, none of your personal information like contacts and addresses could be accessed? That kind of improved customer experience and security could boost car sales to new heights. A leading manufacturer of luxury cars and SUVs is using Ping to do just that.
Robot Designers. Imagine your engineers or manufacturing robots and machines using AI and analytics to authenticate to a central server to pull down the latest design details. How much downtime would that eliminate, and how much would your product quality improve?
Defrag the Fragmented. What if you could decommission almost a dozen different legacy identity solutions by adopting a single world-class, customer-first solution? Australia’s leading telecommunications company did.
Supply Superhero. Imagine the warehouse stock of all your resellers being automatically monitored, and increased manufacturing being kicked off automatically if supply got low.
How can identity help solve your business challenges today? And how can it unlock new opportunities in the future for your enterprise?
If you’re attending IDM this June, make sure to come to my keynote: Identity Solves More Business Challenges than You Think. Together, we can talk about how identity can help you overcome some of your most pressing challenges, and we can explore some of your future aspirations and how identity can put you on the path to bringing them to life.