See how easily ReachFive’s developer-friendly CIAM platform fits into and modernizes any IT architecture
CIAM is swiftly becoming a must-have technology platform that sits at the heart of customer experience strategies. As a key enabler of digital transformation, IT leaders must embrace the rising importance of CIAM in their systems architectures. In doing so, and by partnering with their business counterparts, IT leaders can unleash the power of authentication and identity management and provide customers with more trust, convenience, security and control. But this doesn’t mean compromising on rigorous standards and requirements. The right CIAM platform will exceed what even the most demanding IT teams call for.
Below, you’ll find a curated set of solution tailored to the needs and interests of IT leaders who want to understand how CIAM can help advance their goals.
Keep up with fast-changing privacy regulations and increase customer trust.
Only 36% of global security decision makers say they are fully compliant with data regulation and protection rules. The associated penalties of increasingly complex international privacy regulations are severe. ReachFive’s experts monitor regulations around the world and provide a built-in compliance platform.
Secure identities at every touchpoint to protect against breaches. Companies’ external-facing systems are under constant attack.
Customer identities are the prize — $150 per stolen record is the average cost of a data breach.. Despite this, 77% of companies don’t have a plan for a cybersecurity crisis. ReachFive keeps identities secure and out of reach, continuously investing in knowledge, technologies and practices to frustrate hackers and prevent breaches.
Create agility by modernizing IT architectures with customer identities. It’s difficult to provide a modern customer experience when your systems were implemented before the days of omnichannel customer interactions and digital privacy concerns.
The average enterprise now uses 900 different applications, yet IT leaders estimate that only 29% of their applications are integrated. ReachFive’s cloud-based, API-first architecture means any system that can make an API call can tap into the most advanced customer authentication and identity management capabilities available.
To maximize agility and adaptability, ReachFive provides as much documentation as possible.
ReachFive’s goal is to enable developers to work independently on the ReachFive platform, and keep the authentication experience in line with customer expectations. Documentation includes many guides and tutorials for quick understand all the features of the ReachFive platform, including SDKs, APIs reference and webhooks.