Chicago, IL – Feb 4, 2020: Chicago Theological Seminary, a Christian ecumenical American seminary located in Chicago, Illinois partners with QuickLaunch to provide one-click secure access to multiple applications, reduce help desk call volumes, cut operational costs, automate user provisioning and enhance institutional security.
QuickLaunch will help the institution to transform the way they manage human and device authentication, authorization, access control and integration while improving overall user experience.
Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) was looking for a password reset solution that can help them save password reset costs and reduce help desk call volumes. QuickLaunch Smart Password Manager will allow their users to reset passwords using multiple factors such as SMS, security questions, email and YubiKey.
QuickLaunch will also provide single sign-on to multiple applications including Campus Café, Canvas and Exchange 2010. Students, staff and faculty at CTS will be able to login to different applications using a single set of credentials. Also, IT administrators will be able to track deviations in user behavior and protect users’ accounts from misuse using QuickLaunch Adaptive Authentication.
CTS also opted for User Self-Registration and Automated provisioning to streamline user onboarding and access control. User Self-Registration will bring an end to the practice of sending default passwords over email or mailing letters to the user. The new solution will allow users to create their password when they login to the system for the first time.
Manual provisioning can be laborious, error-prone and time consuming. QuickLaunch Automated Provisioning will help IT administrators to onboard users faster, streamline user access management across multiple applications, grant privileges to different users based on their roles and synchronize Active Directory changes to downstream applications within seconds. This will save manual efforts, thereby boosting IT productivity as a whole.
About Chicago Theological Seminary
Established in the boomtown of Chicago in 1855, Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) is a Christian ecumenical American seminary and is one of several seminaries historically affiliated with the United Church of Christ. It is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Chicago established under the direction of the abolitionist Stephen Peet and the Congregational Church (now the United Church of Christ) by charter of the Illinois legislature. CTS offers students coursework necessary to be ordained by both the United Methodist Church and the Metropolitan Community Church denominations.
QuickLaunch is the only AI-first identity and integration platform-as-a-service platform (IDaaS and iPaaS) that transforms how cloud-savvy institutions and companies manage human and device authentication, authorization, access control and integration. QuickLaunch leverages AI to autodetect threats and step up authentication. More than 500 institutions like New Mexico State University and Colorado Community College System and companies such as Jenzabar, Unifyed, OculusIT, and BlackBeltHelp trust QuickLaunch to protect and manage over 2,000,000 identities and integration to over 3,000 applications such as Salesforce, Adobe Creative Cloud, Box, Canvas, Blackboard, G Suite and Office 365.