UNIFY Solutions takes pride in delivering quality Identity and Access Management outcomes for all of our customers. UNIFY and our customers are pleased to share the following insights gained from shared experiences.

New Zealand Ministry of Education

The Ministry of Education needed to replace its core identity and access management system, supporting critical business process across several thousand institutions, whilst preserving legacy interfaces and minimising user impact from the change.

City of Gold Coast

This case study shows how Cloud Automation by UNIFY Solutions provides the ability to run a cloud-hosted solution that facilitates the synchronisation of data between Frontier chris21 and Microsoft Active Directory for the City of Gold Coast.

Queensland Department of Education: Transition to Cloud Services

This case study examines the transition of the in-place enterprise Identity Management system to a next generation solution supporting cloud based applications and managed services undertaken by the Queensland Department of Education and Training in partnership with UNIFY Solutions.

TAFE Queensland

This case study examines the deployment of Identity Management (IDM) services into TAFE Queensland as a managed service in partnership with UNIFY Solutions. This study is the fourth in the series which provides insights into the strategy, design, build and deployment of key components of Identity and Access Management in order to meet an evolving business need.

Parliamentary Services – Wellington, New Zealand

In partnership with UNIFY, Parliamentary Service implemented a Microsoft® Identity Management solution to replace its legacy Enterprise Directory.
UNIFY Identity Broker helped to integrate with Microsoft Dynamics CRM while FIM (Forefront Identity Manager) Event Broker helped to achieve governance and near real-time synchronisation. Provisioning and deprovisioning users is now more efficient and takes only a few hours.

ACT Health Directorate – Digital Enablement

Existing deficiencies in systems access and account provisioning processes needed to be addressed as a priority. An IAM strategy was commissioned to both support and enable the implementation of the Digital Health Enterprise (DHE) Technology Strategy and Implementation Plan. This was one of the key strategies adopted by the Health Directorate to achieve the strategic objectives of Access, Efficiency and Reliability.