Password Express delivers an easy-to-use solution for managing passwords, the most common way users gain access and authentication to enterprise and SaaS applications. Password management is a highly visible challenge for many organizations, and Password Express solves the problems encountered by users, help desk personnel, and security administrators. Password Express integrates with existing identity management systems, relieves Help Desk call volumes, and reduces costs through self- service password management, policy administration, graphical reporting.
Users access Password Express easily and securely from a smartphone, tablet or laptop/desktop environments, both from within and outside the organization’s boundaries.
Users solve their own password issues quickly and easily with Password Express. Self-service password reset functions empower users to re-gain access quickly, relieve the burden on the Help Desk, and reduce users down time. Users can reset passwords, unlock an account, establish and update their personal challenge questions and edit their profile anytime, from anywhere, without assistance. Users have control and are ensured individual security with Password Express.
The enterprise maintains security standards through configurable password policies. Password complexity, length restrictions, pattern restrictions, renewal frequency and expiration requirements enable the enterprise to ensure strong user access security. Other policy configurations include remembering last used passwords, auto-suspension, and configurable challenge-response questions. Password Express ensures strong security while empowering the user.
Password Express can be deployed on premise or in the cloud as a SaaS application. Users can self-service password issues securely from any device connected to the internet. Password Express can be used with on-premise applications, SaaS based applications such as Google Apps, Salesforce Workday, Concur and Microsoft 365, and directory services like Active Directory, Novell eDirectory, Sun/Oracle Internet Directory and other leading LDAP directories. It has an open architecture, is highly extensible, and OEM ready.