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February 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Tuebora, leading SaaS provider of Identity and Access Governance, announced today that it has been recognized as one of "Vendors to Watch" in latest Magic Quadrant for Identity and Access Governance Report. Gartner uses comprehensive criteria to determine inclusion and exclusion of vendors in the Research that is typically published once a year.
"Significant for us in the Research is Gartner's observation that "Advanced analytics is one of several criteria particularly important to a vendor's road map and vision", says
Sanjay Nadimpalli, Founder and CEO." As a solution that emphasizes analytics along with its scalable deployment model, we are pleased to see our inclusion as a vendor to watch" he added.
Earl Perkins also mentions in the Research that "IAG is the fastest-growing sector of identity and access management (IAM). …By 2016, identity and access governance will replace user administration and provisioning as the most frequently purchased solution for managing identities." This is exactly as we envisioned when we built the product," said Sanjay.
"We believe this recognition is a testament to Tuebora's vision in SaaS delivery", added Sanjay. "
Tuebora's offerings are designed as a pay-as-you-go model so that businesses can customize how much or little of the IAG they want based on their needs." "For many businesses, some of the IAG needs may be restricted to small set of applications and identities that use them."
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