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Nervepoint Access Manager Integrates Streamlined Identity Management

Tuesday 20 May, 2014
New Version Provides Streamlined Identity Management for an All-In-One Solution

Nottingham, England (May 20th, 2014) - Nervepoint Technologies Limited a leading provider of enterprise password self service software today announced release of its latest version of Access Manager. Building on the success of its earlier 1.1 version this new release extends Nervepoint Technologies reach into the Identity Management arena offering a unique all-in-one Identity Management and Password Self Service solution that can be purchased as a hardware or virtual appliance. This new solution gives customers greater control over their network and user-base while still offering the most cost effective solution on the market.

Highlights of the new Nervepoint Access Manager version 1.2 include:

Account Provisioning: Speed up on-boarding by allowing end users to complete online account request forms and delegating approvals to department managers to get new employees productive faster.

Multiple account management: Provide end users control to manage multiple accounts all from a single identity, reset accounts or change passwords across one or all accounts instantly.

Integration with an array of systems: Integrate users not only from Active Directory but also Linux, Solaris, Google Apps and Office365 user directories.

Disable retired accounts: Effortlessly disable old accounts and avoid unwanted back-door access.

Manage accounts remotely: Allow end users to manage their account while off-site with dedicated Android and iPhone apps.

Hardware and virtual appliances: Utilise your existing virtual infrastructure or opt for a plug and play hardware appliance.

Pricing:
Nervepoint Access Manager is available immediately with list pricing starting at 345 GBP/ 595 USD for an annual 500 user subscription and hardware appliances starting at 3737 GBP/ 4998 USD.

Resources:
Nervepoint Access Manager product page - http://bit.ly/1s7c4uH

About Nervepoint Technologies
Nervepoint Technologies Limited is dedicated to developing easy-to-use Identity Management solutions. Our flagship product, Access Manager, helps organizations throughout the world reduce helpdesk load, improve security and increase business productivity. Delivered in hardware and virtual appliance deployments Nervepoint Technologies' customer-centric business model focuses on delivering high-value, cost-effective identity management solutions. For additional information, please visit https://www.nervepoint.com.


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