Responding to Customer Needs, Proginet Enhances Password Management Solution; Balances IT Security Requirements and User Convenience.
"In late 2005, Proginet conducted an in-depth customer survey with a select group of client organizations from our SecurPass Reset install base. The findings of the survey were compiled and analyzed closely by our product marketing and development teams. These enhancements are the result of this initiative and client response has been universally positive," commented Kevin M. Kelly, Proginet's Chief Executive Officer. "This represents another classic example of how Proginet listens to, and responds to, the needs of its customer base - and how our clients' return on investment is typically ongoing and long term."
"When it comes to password management, and reset in particular, security and convenience represent a huge balancing act for Chief Security Officers (CSO's)," said Tom Bauer, Proginet's Chief Technology Officer. "SecurPass Reset expedites password problem resolution for users and results in a major reduction in help-desk calls. There is no simple way to balance IT security demands with user convenience, but this latest version of the software comes one step closer for our customers," he concluded.
About Proginet Corporation
Proginet Corporation is a leading developer of enterprise security software. Throughout its 20-year history, the company has earned a solid reputation for its multi-platform expertise and dedication to customer service. Its products, including CyberFusion(R), CyberFusion Integration Suite (CFI)(TM), SecurForce(TM), SecurPass(R), and SecurAccess(TM), support all major computing platforms, from PCs to mainframes. Proginet's global customer base spans more than 23 countries and includes many Fortune 500 companies. The company is headquartered in Garden City, N.Y., with offices in Toronto, Canada, and is publicly traded under the symbol (OTCBB: PRGF). For more information, visit www.proginet.com.
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|Date:||Aug 24, 2006|
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