Identity and Access Management – a game you can’t afford to lose.

Digital business transformation begins with identities.

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) speeds travel for business customers.

With roughly 62 million travel bookings annually and serving some of the biggest and most demanding corporate travel needs for companies like Oracle, Coca-Cola, Citibank, BP, and Nokia — Carlson Wagonlit Travel is a global leader in business travel management.

With the Covisint Cloud Platform, CWT is able to maintain a high customer retention rate (~ 98%) by providing an innovative web and mobile experience that allows travelers to customize their profiles, content, and notifications. This leads to reduced booking time for an enhanced customer experience and influences purchasing for incremental revenue with offers on CWT properties and services.

Today CWT has scaled to 94,000 organizations, supporting 480,000 pages, 70,000 new registrations, 2.5 million logins, and 15 million transactions per month – a true connected traveler experience for their customers.

IAM Strategy to Support the Internet of Things.

Covisint had the opportunity to sit down with Andras Cser from Forrester to discuss IAM strategy and how it relates to the world of IoT. During this Covisint Fireside Chat, Andras will cover when the market will shift from seeing “identity as a product” being treated as “identity as a strategy”, and much more.

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Royal Dutch Shell leverages Covisint for joint ventures engagement.

One of the largest firms in the fast-paced oil and gas industry needed a way to manage the large external user populations of their joint venture and trading partners. Short-term, project-based ventures required identity lifecycle management to provision, revoke and audit access to multiple enterprise applications.

With a globally distributed field-force, the firm needed to deliver convenient access without compromising security. Covisint made it all possible with our Cloud Identity Services.

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GM OnStar improves the consumer experience with the Covisint Cloud Platform.

OnStar faced significant legacy technology limitations that drove up the cost and complexity of bringing new capabilities to its consumer base from declining subscriptions. The company was looking for ways to manage subscriber IDs and offer personalized content, particularly around subscription renewal offers based on where vehicle owners are in the subscription lifecycle.

OnStar decided to build its next-generation user experience on the Covisint Cloud Platform, enabling new online and mobile solutions to be designed and deployed 50% faster than previously.

The platform not only enabled OnStar to accelerate the launch of the B2C site redesign ahead of schedule, but also had the benefit of providing a single integration point for mobile applications. Today, millions of users are utilizing mobile and online services, and over 57 business services are managed by Covisint for OnStar subscribers.