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Tools4ever to Attend the Power School Users Group

Tools4ever to attend Powershool Users Group (PSUG)

Tools4ever, the worldwide market leader in Identity and Access Management (IdM/IAM) solutions, announced today that it is attending the 2014 Power School Users Group (PSUG) Information Exchange and Vendor Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 21 through 24, 2014. Tools4ever team members will showcase how their IAM solutions connect with Power School to assist educational entities manage user accounts and password resets. Tools4ever also will showcase several new product releases from its portfolio, including User Management Resource Administrator (UMRA), Self Service Reset Password Manager (SSRPM), and Enterprise Single Sign-On Manager (E-SSOM).

Tools4ever offers a connector between UMRA and Power School. The connection ensures that data from Power School automatically, and without manual intervention, becomes available in the Active Directory, Open LDAP, GoogleApps, Office 365 and other educational systems, such as e-learning environments, library systems and transportation systems.

Managing passwords and user accounts in schools can be an extremely complicated and time-consuming process because of the frequent movement of user accounts each academic term. Tools4ever’s solutions work particularly well in education because they eliminate account and password management complexities so that educational entity IT staffs can focus on other technology priorities more beneficial to students and teachers.

“Tools4ever has a strong presence in the educational sector with implementations at more than 650 schools and continues to meet the changing needs of educational entities,” said Dean Wiech, managing director of Tools4ever. “Our identity management technology allows schools to realize an immediate return on investment with minimal upfront costs.”

In addition, at the expo Tools4ever staff can answer any identity and access management questions, and discuss how its products meet the evolving needs of school districts in areas such as bring your own device (BYOD) and managing cloud applications.