In the last three weeks, Curity has landed three new customers:
ACS Technologies is a US company providing church management software and services. Apiable, an existing partner based in Finland, is also a technology company; they provide API developer portals to their customers. Direct Wines is one of the world's largest independent wine merchants with operations in the US, UK and in Australia.
In the same timeframe, multiple existing customers who were up for renewal continued their usage of the product; one, an Icelandic bank, expanded their subscription to include the DevOps dashboard.
The flexibility, ease of operations, and adherence to the OAuth, OpenID Connect, and SCIM standards make the Curity Identity Server an ideal choice for organizations seeking to enhance their offerings and secure their digital services. These new, expanded, and renewed accounts are a testament to this.
The diversity of industries and geographies of the new customers combined with the continued and increased use by existing customers are evidence of the quality and usefulness of the Curity Identity Server. When asked about this, Jacob Ideskog, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), said, “We believe our product has no technical equal in the market. Even under intense competition, we are winning because our product is technically superior. For this reason, I believe the pace of customer acquisition will continue and even accelerate!” Stefan Nilsson, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), added that “the ease of the product’s operation is a key consideration for prospects. They always like the technology, but are delighted to discover how easy it is to run. When pitted against SaaS alternatives, the ease of operations of our hybrid cloud product puts it on an even footing with incumbents like Okta. I think that this combination will help us achieve our ambitious growth goals, and these recent wins only bolster my confidence.”
To decide if the Curity Identity Server can satisfy your needs as it has for these new customers: