Intello and OneLogin partner to offer visibility into SaaS utilization

Intello announced an integration and partnership with OneLogin, to provide visibility into SaaS utilization and reporting on vendor compliance.

OneLogin’s cloud-based Unified Access Management Platform now integrates with Intello’s SaaS Management Solution, enabling a cloud-first approach to managing the lifecycle of SaaS applications.

Through this partnership, IT and tech security leaders and enterprise CIOs and CISOs, can manage their organization’s SaaS spend, usage, and compliance.

“CIOs shouldn’t have to spend time managing SaaS sprawl and license utilization,” said Matt Hurley, VP of Alliances and Channels at OneLogin.

“As the leaders in Unified Access Management, we at OneLogin are excited to partner with Intello to provide CIOs and CFOs with a solution to maximize return on cloud investments and better secure their environment.”

With this integration, Intello aggregates real-time SaaS usage data for all OneLogin connected applications, strengthening compliance of applications and saving money on licenses.

Additionally, Intello can help with OneLogin deployment by reporting on SAML enabled apps in-use that are not yet connected OneLogin.

“We are thrilled to partner with OneLogin,” said Intello CEO Barak Kaufman, “CIOs and IT leaders everywhere can now utilize this powerful integration to automate their SaaS operations workflow and better secure their organization’s data.”

The recent General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe enforces regulation for data collection and processing.

Companies need centralized visibility into software vendor usage to understand where their customer’s data is being stored.

Together, Intello and OneLogin automate the auditing process and monitors for real-time usage of applications.

As part of the announcement, Intello is offering 30 days free with unlimited functionality for all OneLogin customers.

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Intello and OneLogin partner to offer visibility into SaaS utilization