Non-Profits Choose OneLogin for a Partner that Understands Their Unique Challenges and Needs

June 2nd, 2021   |     |  product & technology

Unlike commercial entities, non-profits face unique needs and challenges as they take steps to ensure secure access to critical applications. As organizations focused on the greater good, non-profits are budget-conscious across their operations. When it comes to investing in technology solutions, they need to ensure they are getting undeniable value for their spend. Here is a sampling of the non-profits that have realized this value by partnering with OneLogin to address their Identity and Access Management needs.

Lighthouse Academies Transforms Learning and Productivity

Lighthouse Academies (LHA) is a national nonprofit network of charter schools dedicated to preparing a population of scholars for college, career, and life who would otherwise face a future with limited opportunity. When the organization hired a CTO in 2016, it was starting from scratch – they lacked student accounts and found it cumbersome to manually manage staff accounts.

With OneLogin, LHA’s CTO was able to run an organization of over 7,000 accounts while spending less than two hours a day on managing user identity. Learn more about the impact of Lighthouse Academies transformation.

Susan G. Komen Increases Productivity and Secures Savings

The Susan G. Komen Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to combating breast cancer at every front. Since 1982, it has played a critical role in every major advance in the fight against breast cancer – transforming how the world talks about and treats this disease and helping to turn millions of breast cancer patients into breast cancer survivors.

In pursuit of its mission, the organization’s employees use a variety of cloud applications – requiring multiple user names and passwords. With OneLogin, Susan G. Komen makes these apps more manageable and easier to access. Read how Susan G. Komen has saved roughly $117,000 per year as a result.

British Red Cross Achieves Level 2 Compliance

The British Red Cross – established in 1870 and part of the world’s largest independent humanitarian network – helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. With staff and volunteers providing critical support to those in need, it is essential that the technology they use is reliable, scalable and agile so they can quickly and efficiently implement focused aid efforts whenever called upon.

The organization needed to empower its staff and volunteers to log in to the British Red Cross’ systems securely while ensuring Level 2 compliance when working with organizations like the NHS. It addressed both needs with solutions from OneLogin. Learn how the British Red Cross ticked all the boxes.

Pride Industries Increases Employee Efficiency

People with disabilities represent the single largest and most diverse minority in the United States. PRIDE Industries, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit social enterprise, helps them overcome employment obstacles and empowers them to lead productive, independent lives as contributing members of their communities.

As PRIDE Industries continues expanding nationwide, its employees require access to a growing number of software applications. This in turn increases the number of passwords to remember, leading to more calls to the helpdesk for password resets. Read the complete case study for insight into how PRIDE solved these issues and more with OneLogin.

Uncommon Schools Supports Full User Lifecycle

Uncommon Schools – a non-profit organization that starts and manages outstanding urban public charter schools – proudly operates 54 schools serving 20,000 students across Boston, Camden, New York City, Newark, Rochester and Troy.

When it needed to simplify application onboarding and offboarding, and manage the entire lifecycle of students and staff, it migrated from Okta to OneLogin.

Why Non-Profits Choose OneLogin

These vignettes illustrate the many reasons that non-profit organizations choose to partner with OneLogin. By calling on everything from Single-Sign On (SSO) to policy-based OneLogin Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and more, they are driving critical efficiencies while securing and simplifying application access. Contact us to see how your non-profit can benefit from OneLogin

Alicia Townsend, Dir. of Content and Documentation
About the Author

For almost 40 years, Alicia Townsend has been working with technology as both a consultant and a trainer. She has a passion for empowering others to use technology to make their lives easier. As Director of Content and Documentation at OneLogin, Ms. Townsend works with technical writers, trainers and content marketing writers to inspire and empower everyone to take advantage of what OneLogin’s platform has to offer them.

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Alicia Townsend, Dir. of Content and Documentation
About the Author

For almost 40 years, Alicia Townsend has been working with technology as both a consultant and a trainer. She has a passion for empowering others to use technology to make their lives easier. As Director of Content and Documentation at OneLogin, Ms. Townsend works with technical writers, trainers and content marketing writers to inspire and empower everyone to take advantage of what OneLogin’s platform has to offer them.

View all posts by Alicia Townsend

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