OneLogin, a cloud-based single identity platform for the enterprise, has raised $1.5 million in Series A funding from Charles River Ventures.
OneLogin allows enterprises of all sizes to centralize access control with a single login for business applications. OneLogin has integrated with over 1,700 applications including Salesforce, Google Apps, Zendesk, SugarCRM, KnowledgeTree and others to allow business users to access all of their apps within one sign-in and password. Other features include password management, multi-factor authentication, directory integration, and user provisioning.
While OneLogin faces competition from Ping Identity (which just raised $21 million), the startup says that it is focused more on the SMB market as opposed to providing technology for massive companies. Clients who use OneLogin include Yammer (founder and CEO David Sacks is an investor).
The new funds will be used to expand the company’s sales and product development initiatives.
OneLogin eliminates passwords for companies that embrace cloud computing. Users sign in once and get secure, one-click access to all their web-based apps in the cloud and behind the firewall. OneLogin reduces administrative overhead, increases productivity and drives adoption of apps within the organization. And OneLogin integrates seamlessly with the existing directory infrastructure and adds extra layers of security using password policies, certificates and one-time passwords. Deploy in minutes Pre-integrated with 2000+ apps Integrates with any web app SAML Single sign-on Two-factor authentication with...