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Identity and Access Management Solutions

Enterprises need to modernize their identity programs. This can mean rebooting an existing program or starting a new program. Edgile has over 20 years of experience in modern identity solutions. We are the trusted advisor to 30% of the Fortune 100 providing identity strategy and implementation services.


We provide a strategy-first approach to drive program success.


We enable identity management controls in the cloud for all users, including employees, partners, third party vendors, and clients.


We provide managed services to help run your program.

Edgile Value Differentiators

Start with strategy

An identity strategy defines how an organization will invest its limited resources to protect sensitive information and intellectual capital. The strategy sets your compass to ensure your success is achieved at the correct scale to enable your organizational goals.

Quick Start configurations

The Quick Start is designed to jump right into a mix of strategic thinking and implementation. In a matter of weeks, our experts will implement what you need to get started and you’ll know what to do next. Quick Starts have a defined outcome and use a proven model to achieve predictable results.

Industry Expertise

You’ll benefit from a leadership and implementation teams that have led hundreds of identity implementations across industries just like yours—with projects ranging from strategy to program development to implementation, change management, training and managed support.

Identity Capabilities Framework

Edgile’s identity capabilities framework allows us to assess a company’s current state capabilities, define the future-state vision and develop a gap analysis, which is the foundation for an identity strategy and roadmap. We help you focus on driving business value by defining a holistic set of enterprise identity service capabilities ranging from day-to-day management of user access to compliance reporting.

Start with Strategy

Edgile’s strategy-first approach to IAM provides a critical foundation for long term success. We build a deep understanding of our clients’ current state environment, including risk factors, operational costs, regulatory needs, organizational constraints, technical architecture, and supporting business processes. We then develop a prioritized and structured roadmap for future success that is value-driven and aligns to well-established industry best practices.

Identity for Enterprises

Identity need to securely control access to resources, while meeting increasingly rigorous compliance requirements. The Edgile approach begins with helping you prioritize Identity capabilities around your key business drivers. By working together to define both current state and future state IAM business processes, we can more effectively align the program with your key stakeholders. Our efforts are organized in short project sprints that drive business value quickly, while managing risk to the complete IAM solution.

To ensure alignment with risk and compliance requirements, Edgile also helps you connect identity efforts with Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) capabilities to automate controls and support processes for identity and Privileged Access Management (PAM).

Establish, advance or reset your PAM strategy

PAM Spotlight

Privileged Access Management (PAM) teams are tasked with creating effective and secure access for both internal and external users while remaining one step ahead of the bad actors. Yet many organizations struggle with prioritizing, justifying, and executing an effective PAM strategy.

Identity for external users

Identity for users operating outside the enterprise presents additional challenges because it focuses on the consumer experience. These individuals are given access to services or systems you provide and include consumers in the retail, food or travel industry, patients in the healthcare industry or subscribers to an online or mobile service.

These users trust your business to secure their personal information and want full control over how much information is shared and with whom. For example, in healthcare, a patient who subscribes to a service that provides lab results will want the ability to choose which test results are shared with certain doctors or family members. Or a retail consumer may authorize the retailer to access his or her birthdate for loyalty program purposes, but may choose to opt out of third-party promotional emails. Learn more about External Identities

Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) Spotlight

Organizations today are in various stages of their digital transformation to the cloud. But all companies understand that the customer experience has always driven successful business transactions. Customers expect a seamless, intuitive online experience while also feeling safe and secure. Nurturing customer relationships to build loyalty while promoting brand awareness is at the center of the Edgile user experience approach. Our deep expertise in modern platforms and legacy systems allows us to build integrated CIAM solutions that are scalable to your growing user base. This reduces complexity so administrators can add, manage, and provision permissions to customers and employees with ease. The result is increased business productivity, decreased errors, and lower risk.

Realizing Business Value with Modern Identity Programs

Edgile helps you focus on driving business value through our IAM services framework, which defines a holistic set of enterprise IAM service capabilities ranging from day-to-day management of user access to compliance reporting.

For external users, Edgile can help map out a strategy and roadmap using a similar approach to enterprise IAM, but with a different focus and technology partners. GRC continues to play a role in guiding towards compliance and risk management. Edgile is an active contributor in the Cloud Security Alliance’s Mobile Working Group and a voting member of the new specification called User Managed Access (UMA).

The identity control point is moving to GRC

The growing importance of identity is also being driven by governance, risk and compliance (GRC) requirements to ensure that companies continue to operate within the boundaries of changing regulations. The links between Identity and GRC are being strengthened to automate controls and support risk and compliance processes. Learn more about GRC/IRM

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