Single Sign-on (SSO): Truths and Myths

Technology products always seem to come out strong, and then wither under intense scrutiny. This was the case with single sign-on (SSO). However, any product driven by strong need will reinvent itself to address the problems it contains. With SSO, a number of myths have now been exploded. Find out why it may be time for you to evaluate SSO for your company. Myth #1: You can’t get true SSO.

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World leader in sign, graphic arts, fine art, vehicle graphics, UV, photography, engraving and 3D modeling industries Roland DGA uses Invensys Operations Management to provide an accounts payable solution to ensure that vendor invoices are paid promptly and accurately, while maintaining adherence to ISO and Sarbanes-Oxley standards. The Invensys Skelta Business Process Management and Skelta Accounts Payable solutions verify invoice data for more than 1,000 vendors by locating internal Roland DGA records to ensure vendor invoices are managed properly and in a timely fashion. Read More

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