TrustBuilder joins inWebo Group, backed by French investment fund Essling Expansion. TrustBuilder will be able to accelerate its international expansion and product development.
2021 was a great year for TrustBuilder, thank you. And we are sure that 2022 will be another exciting year for our customers, partners, our colleagues and the IAM market in general
“We have always had a ‘maker’ culture at home,” says Wietse Kransfeld, “there was always some project going on in our house or garden.” Portrait of a presales engineer.
Are you still using applications that do not require multi-factor authentication (MFA)? Probably not, as ever more sites and apps are imposing the use of at least a second factor before they let you in. But why are they making it so hard? For TrustBuilder, there is no reason why MFA cannot be user-friendly.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” No matter how good your strategy, if you haven’t got the right culture in the organization, you will struggle to deliver on that strategy.
InsurTech and BigTech companies are playing into the weaknesses of traditional insurance companies, delivering convenience and personalization.
IAM vendor TrustBuilder and mobility provider Tranzer have formed a partnership. Adding Tranzer as a service provider is a key step for TrustBuilder.
By adding TruliUs to its Service Catalog, TrustBuilder makes it easy for organizations to allow customers more choice in bringing their own authentication.
A consultant makes it easy for people to use our software. TrustBuilder offers new hires a great deal of freedom, and opportunities to grow.
Depending on the digital maturity stage organizations finds themselves in, they face different challenges. This drives their technological decisions.