OneLogin Expands HR Integrations with BambooHR February 27th, 2018 With BambooHR, IDaaS Leader OneLogin Rounds Out a Critical Solution Offering for HR and IT Teams SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., February 27, 2018 - OneLogin, the identity management provider bringing speed and integrity to the modern enterprise, today announced an integration with BambooHR, a leading software provider powering the strategic evolution of HR in small and medium businesses. This integration enhances OneLogin’s HR solution, enabling companies of all sizes to adopt HR-driven identity and access management.“Identity is the new bottleneck for today’s hyper-growth companies. HR-driven identity integrations bridge the gap between HR and IT teams around their joint responsibility for employee lifecycle management,” said Miles Kelly, Chief Marketing Officer, OneLogin. “With the addition of BambooHR, OneLogin has the most complete portfolio of human capital management integrations in the market.” The emergence of HR technology has fundamentally changed HR’s role in an organization. In today’s competitive market, successful hiring and employee retention are critical - and both imperatives fall squarely into HR’s realm. When HR is empowered with the right tools to support the workforce, it becomes a strategic force in the organization driving operational excellence and growth. One of the top challenges for today’s HR leaders is building automation that can span multiple departments. Employee onboarding and offboarding is a complex process, requiring HR commitment to provide timely, accurate employee data and IT resources to complete the required tasks - most often managed across disparate and unconnected systems. Adding to existing HCM integrations, OneLogin’s enhanced integration with BambooHR, automates many of these cross-functional workflows in real-time. OneLogin synchronizes data from BambooHR across all IT systems, from business applications to directories such as AD, LDAP, or Google. By turning to HCM solutions as the primary data source, OneLogin returns control to HR to drive this critical employee experience and allows IT to step back from day-to-day management and focus on other priorities such as security and compliance. “We’re confident that this new partnership will help IT and HR teams collaborate more effectively and provide more value to their organizations,” said Ryan Sanders, COO and co-founder of BambooHR. “Using our enhanced integration, OneLogin continuously checks for employee status updates in BambooHR. Status updates like newly-hired employees or roles changes then trigger IT tasks such as configuring accounts or updating access permissions, improving onboarding, offboarding, and data security.”About OneLogin, Inc.OneLogin brings speed and integrity to the modern enterprise with an award-winning single sign-on (SSO) and cloud identity and access management (IAM) platform. Its portfolio of solutions secures connections across all users, all devices, and every application, helping enterprises drive new levels of business integrity, operational velocity, and team efficiency across all their cloud and on-premise applications. OneLogin manages and secures millions of identities around the globe. We are headquartered in San Francisco, California. For more information, visit www.onelogin.com, Blog, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.About BambooHRServing more than 10,000 customers and 800,000 employees, BambooHR is the leading software provider powering the strategic evolution of HR in small and medium businesses. BambooHR’s cloud-based system is an intuitive, affordable way for growing companies to manage essential employee information in a personalized Human Resources Information System (HRIS). Its software sets HR free to do great work and be more strategic, which helps the entire organization do the same. BambooHR’s clients include innovators like SoundCloud, Foursquare, Freshbooks, Stance, Reddit, Magnolia Homes and others in more than 100 countries and 8 languages worldwide. To find out more, visit bamboohr.com or follow on Twitter at @bamboohr.