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Hitachi ID Systems, Inc. is a leading publisher of identity and access management software. Hitachi ID Systems products help organizations strengthen network security, lower IT support costs and improve user productivity. Hitachi ID Systems customers achieve these results by implementing automation and self-service processes to more effectively manage passwords and other authentication factors, to provision and deactivate user access and to manage user privileges. Hitachi ID Systems products have been deployed at over 840 organizations world-wide. Originally founded in 1992 as M-Tech Information Technology, Inc. and acquired by Hitachi, Ltd. in 2008, Hitachi ID Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of identity and access management solutions.
Hitachi ID Systems first identity and access management product, Hitachi ID Password Manager (formerly P-Synch), has been commercially available since 1995. Today, Hitachi ID Systems is the leading password management vendor world-wide and a leading provider of identity and privileged access management solutions.
Hitachi ID Systems currently has 140 employees. Hitachi ID Systems has enjoyed strong financial performance, with 76 consecutive quarters of growth and profitability.
Hitachi ID Systems is headquartered in Calgary, Canada and has regional offices in: Canada: Vancouver, Barrie, Ottawa and Montreal; United States: Denver, Dallas and New York, Australia: Brisbane. Hitachi ID Systems' sole business is to develop, sell and deploy identity management software. Our technology and services organization have evolved over the years, based on our experience in deploying Hitachi ID Systems products into over 840 organizations, with a cumulative 10.4 million users.
Hitachi ID Systems products are available either individually or as components of the Hitachi ID Management Suite. Hitachi ID Management Suite is an identity and access management solution designed to simplify and secure the management of user life-cycles, from onboarding until termination, across most common types of systems and applications.