Radiant Logic, the Identity Data Fabric company, announces continued momentum and growth over the past year. In 2021, Radiant Logic achieved its highest ever sales revenue and profitability, marking the third straight year of 20%+ year over year growth, plus EBITDA north of 25%. Customers have realized that implementing an Identity Data Fabric as the foundation for their enterprise architecture can unlock unprecedented flexibility and agility across critical initiatives beyond traditional Identity and Access Management projects. Unified identity data can fuel success for reorganizations or acquisitions, shift to remote work, move to hybrid and multi-cloud environments, achieving zero trust, or launching new applications or initiatives.
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“The ability to pull identity entitlements and serve them at a granular level is also a critical element of a zero trust approach to security.”
“Radiant’s strong growth trajectory proves that identity sprawl continues to be a major obstacle for growth, and a threat to enterprise security,” says Joe Sander, Radiant Logic CEO. “Complex, hybrid environments are not going away any time soon—and that’s why an identity unification approach can be so transformative for an organization—putting identity data to work to solve some of the most complex business challenges.”
Building on its customer success, and in response to market demand and analyst feedback, Radiant Logic recently released the industry’s first Identity Data Fabric with its new RadiantOne Intelligent Identity Data platform. The platform delivers on the promise of a modern identity architecture by unifying identity data to create a flexible, adaptable and scalable foundation. Its modular approach is designed to make it easy to select the necessary capabilities to meet specific business needs, including: streamlining implementation of Identity and Access Management or Governance and Administration solutions, accelerating M&A integrations, enabling hybrid or multi-cloud environments, or modernizing IT infrastructure.
“At a high level, Radiant Logic helps organizations make sense out of complicated IAM infrastructure by providing a global view across the entire IT estate, such that every application can use it,” writes Garrett Bekker, Research Director, 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence1. “The ability to pull identity entitlements and serve them at a granular level is also a critical element of a zero trust approach to security.”
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The challenge of identity sprawl goes well beyond the US borders. Radiant Logic has recently hired its first VP of the EMEA region, Mark Noctor, and plans to hire additional staff in the coming months in both the European and the APAC regions.
“We know there’s been an unprecedented amount of reorganization, mergers, and divestitures in Europe recently,” says Noctor. “In talking with different executives around the EMEA region, we understand that there’s a tremendous need for flexibility in the IAM infrastructure to achieve ambitious new security, regulatory and business goals, including a zero trust approach. We are very optimistic about what Radiant Logic can do to simplify identity management and achieve privacy compliance in Europe.”
By adopting Radiant’s identity unification platform, organizations can access up-to-date identity data anywhere, anytime, anywhere and anyhow—simplifying identity and making it a reusable resource that cuts time-to-market for new initiatives and improves security and regulatory compliance posture.