sonnen Establishes Easy Access across Multiple Cloud Services

At a glance

sonnen GmbH is a market leader for solar energy lithium storage systems and one of the fastest growing technology companies in Germany. sonnen prides itself as a clean, fair and affordable energy supply for the everyday consumer, acting as an intelligent storage system that adjusts a household’s energy usage accordingly via the sonnenBatterie.

Challenge

Due to rapid company growth, sonnen needed cloud services that met the fast paced environment that facilitated dynamic processes and business requirements, with increased agility. In this context, the company was looking for an end user-friendly cloud access and identity management service, which provided a seamless integration of Single Sign-On (SSO) and multi-factor authentication.

Solution

With these challenges in mind, sonnen opted for leading IDaaS provider, OneLogin, which provides a variety of single sign-on application connectors for cloud services such as Salesforce, Office 365, ServiceNow, SuccessFactors, RemedyForce and Concur. A key factor in the selection process of the provider was the local presence, local support and local data centre location.

“OneLogin addresses the growing demands of sonnen, with the end user a primary focus of the chosen solutions”, says Christian Mayr, head of quality and organisation, at sonnen.

Results

sonnen is now able to synchronise services across multiple cloud services and endpoints. “OneLogin’s access management offering provided the necessary secure infrastructure that has simplified access to corporate applications for the end user,” says Mayr.

About OneLogin, Inc.

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