Intuit Relies on More Than Intuition For Its Workforce Access
Responsible for Intuit’s enterprise security and the architecture of its technologies, processes and tools, Bernard Diwakar relies on Ping for a secure, standards-based approach to authorization, authentication, provisioning and directory services. And with the ability to automate integration of new applications, he’s able to ensure security while accelerating business outcomes.
More About Intuit
Intuit started small in 1983 with Quicken personal finance software, simplifying a common household dilemma: balancing the family checkbook. Today, the company serves 42 million customers in North America, Europe, Australia and Brazil, with desktop and cloud solutions, including its flagship products QuickBooks, TurboTax and Mint, as well as its ProConnect tax preparation products for professional accountants.
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