Every fast-growing company struggles to balance agility with adequate governance and controls when it comes to resource access. While the increased reliance on cloud-based applications simplifies matters, it doesn’t change the desire and need for secure access.
Unless the organization has the right tools in place, administrators may find it challenging to provision users and manage access rights and policies. Moreover, employees will struggle to remember all their passwords – in turn further burdening administrators with password reset requests.
That was the case for orderbird, founded in 2011. This Germany-based company has signed on more than 10,000 customers after establishing a reputation for providing one of the best Point of Sale (POS) applications in the restaurant business. To serve its burgeoning business, orderbird’s 110 employees need daily access to multiple web-based apps, including G Suite, Jira and Spinnaker.
As the GDPR deadline approached, orderbird realized the need to make it easier for its admins and employees to work efficiently. Read the orderbird case study to learn how it took advantage of OneLogin capabilities to remove the burden of manual work from all credential-related processes and enable a better end-user experience.