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SpringCM Announces SpringCM Content Cloud Services Integration with Salesforce Identity

October 15, 2013

Now customer companies can enable single sign-on across SpringCM, Salesforce and any other web, mobile and on-premise apps – centrally managed through the Salesforce Platform

CHICAGO, IL — SpringCM®, the leader in content cloud services, today announced SpringCM Content Cloud Services integration with Salesforce Identity. Now generally available, Salesforce Identity delivers integrated identity services to any app, on any device – empowering CIOs to enable single sign-on across SpringCM Content Cloud Services, Salesforce and any other web, mobile and on-premise apps – centrally managed through the Salesforce Platform.

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“SpringCM is dedicated to integrating the strongest security standards required by enterprise IT,” said Dan Dosen, vice president of product management, SpringCM. “Salesforce Identity provides the convenience of single sign-on (SSO) so users can put content to work by using SpringCM seamlessly as part of their Salesforce experience.”

“The app explosion and BYOD have created an unprecedented amount of disruption in IT, and companies need a single identity solution capable of centrally managing the growing number of apps, devices and identities accessing business information today,” said Chuck Mortimore, vice president of product management, Salesforce Identity, salesforce.com. “Salesforce Identity makes it easier than ever for our customers to extend the value of Salesforce with partner apps like SpringCM Content Cloud Services to connect with their employees, customers and partners in entirely new ways.”

Salesforce Identity – Delivering Identity for the Connected World

Salesforce Identity provides integrated identity services to connect every employee, customer and partner to any app, on any device. Built on the Salesforce Platform, Salesforce Identity eliminates complex identity silos—enabling CIOs to deliver a simple, productive and customized user experience across every web, mobile and on-premise app. Companies trust Salesforce Identity to centrally manage the proliferation of apps and devices that are transforming how businesses connect.

Simple, Seamless and Secure

SpringCM Content Cloud Services has been tested, validated and documented to integrate with Salesforce Identity, making it easier than ever for IT organizations to enable critical identity and access management features seamlessly and securely. Customers can now:

  • Automatically enable single sign-on between Salesforce and SpringCM Content Cloud Services
  • Integrate with existing directory systems, including those that are on-premise
  • Create enhanced log-in security, including two-factor authentication

SpringCM Content Cloud Services and Salesforce Identity are both immediately available. Click here learn more about SpringCM Content Cloud Services. To learn more about Salesforce Identity, visit:http://www.salesforce.com/platform/identity/.

About the Salesforce Platform

Salesforce Platform is the world’s most trusted cloud platform for building enterprise apps. It powers Salesforce CRM, 1,900 partner-built apps on the AppExchange, and more than three million custom apps built by customers. More than one million developers and business analysts use Salesforce Platform to quickly build and deliver apps on any device. Offering the same services, frameworks and ecosystem that are driving the explosion of consumer apps, Salesforce Platform is bringing the app revolution to business and helping customer companies connect to customers, employees, partners and products in entirely new ways.

Salesforce, AppExchange and others are among the trademarks of salesforce.com, inc.

About SpringCM:

SpringCM is the leader in Content Cloud Services for the enterprise. Enterprises need to do more than store and share content—they need to put content to work to accelerate business outcomes. SpringCM helps global brands and public sector agencies—Google, Facebook and the Commonwealth of Virginia, among others—solve content-related problems that stand in the way of optimizing revenues, cutting costs, mitigating risk and engaging customers and employees.

For more information visit www.springcm.com.


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