We are thrilled to announce that Soffid has been recognized as one of the most prominent Identity and Governance Administration (IGA) vendors in the latest Gartner Market Guide for Identity Governance and Administration. This recognition reaffirms our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions in the field of identity management and governance.
Leading the Way in Identity Governance and Administration
For yet another year, Soffid has secured its place among the select group of vendors identified by Gartner as leaders in the IGA market. This recognition reflects our unwavering dedication to providing organizations with comprehensive solutions for identity management, access control, and compliance.
A Testament to Excellence
Being recognized as a leading vendor by Gartner is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team. It is also a reflection of the trust and confidence our clients place in us. We are immensely proud of this achievement and will continue to strive for excellence in delivering top-tier identity and governance solutions.
A Year of Innovation and Growth
Over the past year, we have seen remarkable growth and innovation within our company. We have expanded our product portfolio, enhanced our services, and forged strategic partnerships to better serve our clients’ evolving needs. This recognition by Gartner serves as a validation of our ongoing efforts to provide world-class solutions in the IGA space.
Thank You to Our Clients and Partners
We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to our clients and partners for their continuous support and collaboration. Your feedback and insights have been invaluable in driving our growth and improving our solutions. We look forward to another year of partnership and success.
As we celebrate this achievement, we are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead. We remain committed to pushing the boundaries of innovation, expanding our global footprint, and delivering solutions that empower organizations to manage identities, enhance security, and ensure compliance effectively.
Once again, thank you for being a part of our journey. Together, we will continue to redefine excellence in the field of Identity Governance and Administration.
Stay tuned for more updates and innovations from Soffid as we continue to lead the way in identity management and governance.
The deeper we foray into the Internet Age, the more organizations turn to AI to raise our productivity, improve sales, or enhance our experiences. Now, they are also turning to it to shore up their defenses against the crime that inevitably follows.
As traditional company barriers broke down, and remote working became the norm, the threat landscape rapidly changed, bringing cybersecurity to centre stage for every digital organisation.
To be resilient in this hybrid working paradigm, businesses need to react to this evolved landscape as threats continue to grow both in size and complexity. Threats now exist both from within and externally, from individuals, cybercrime organisations and even nation states. The existing norms of securing organisational IT will not stand to test in this new reality. Enter cybersecurity solutions infused with artificial intelligence, powered by the cloud.
Enterprises that employed “business composability” were more likely to succeed during the volatility caused by the pandemic, according to Gartner. That volatility is here to stay, so now is the time to get ready for it.
Nearly two years after a massive disruption hit enterprises, a few lessons are evident. Some organizations quickly adapted to the circumstances, recognized the opportunities available, and acted to capitalize on them. Other organizations were caught unprepared for the unexpected and struggled to keep going. Some of them shut down.
What separated the successful organizations from the organizations that subsisted or didn’t make it at all? One factor might be what Gartner is calling “business composability,” or “the mindset, technologies, and a set of operating capabilities that enable organizations to innovate and adapt quickly to changing business needs.” This composability was a major theme at the Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo Americas, and Gartner is promoting the concept of business composability as the way for businesses to thrive through disruption in 2022 and beyond.
“Business composability is an antidote to volatility,” says Monika Sinha, research VP at Gartner,. “Sixty-three percent of CIOs at organizations with high composability reported superior business performance, compared with peers or competitors in the past year. They are better able to pursue new value streams through technology, too.”
Sinha compares the concept of composability to the way toy Legos work. She told InformationWeek in an interview that composability is about creating flexible and adaptive organizations with departments that can be re-arranged to create new value streams. She says organizations should target the following three domains of business composability:
1. Composable thinking
“This is the ability to be dynamic in your thinking as an organization,” Sinha says. This kind of thinking recognizes that business conditions often change, and it empowers the teams closest to the action to respond to the new conditions. “Traditional business thinking views change as a risk, while composable thinking is the means to master the risk of accelerating change and to create new business value.”
2. Composable business architecture
This is the ability of organizations to create dynamic ways of working, Sinha says. For instance, during the pandemic, some retailers were able to pivot quickly to providing curbside pickup, and some healthcare providers pivoted to providing telehealth appointments.
“Organizations looked at different types of models in terms of delivery,” she says. “In these types of organizations, it is really about creating ‘agile’ at scale, and agile types of working in the organization.”
Sinha notes that digital business initiatives fail when business leaders commission projects from IT and then shirk accountability for the implementation of results, treating it as another IT project. “High-composability enterprises embrace distributed accountability for digital outcomes, reflecting a shift that most CIOs have been trying to make for several years, as well as create multidisciplinary teams that blend business and IT units to drive business results,” Sinha says.
3. Composable technology
This is the IT architecture or technology stack, says Sinha. Technology is a catalyst for business transformation and thinking, and developing a flexible and modular technology architecture enables bringing together the parts needed to support transformation.
Distributed cloud and artificial intelligence are the two main technologies that a majority of high-composability enterprises have already deployed or plan to deploy in 2022, according to Gartner’s CIO Agenda survey. Gartner notes that these technologies are a catalyst for business composability because they enable modular technology capabilities.
Tech investments for 2022
Another major technology at the top of the list of planned investments for 2022 is cyber and information security, with 66% of respondents saying they expect to increase associated investments in the next year.
“Many organizations were dabbling with composability before the pandemic,” Sinha says. “What we saw was that those that were composable came out ahead after the pandemic. The pandemic highlighted the importance and the value of composability.”
Now, as many organizations look to find what is the “new normal,” it’s important to understand that there may not actually be one.
“This type of volatility is here to stay,” Sinha said. With IT budgets higher than they’ve been in the past 10 years, according to Gartner, now is the time to “leverage technology as a catalyst for creating more composable businesses.”
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