Hoffredder 40 • 21456 Wentdorf • Deutschland
Phone: +49 40 72 97 60 94
Fax: +49 40 72 97 60 95
FirstAttribute, a software development and consulting company, was founded in 2000.
We develop strong, robust enterprise Identity Management and security software, and have leading knowledge of AIM (Access and Identity Mangement) and migration projects.
Our Core Competence
An extensive knowledge of and experience with distributed technology platforms and mainframe/legacy environments has enabled us to develop solutions for a wide range of clients in many industries.
Solid, varied, satisfied. Over 50% are Fortune 500 or Global 500 companies.
Our focus is on the administration and management of the user life-cycle identity management. Our product and consulting solutions benefit our customers by providing them with enhanced security, data integrity, delegated provisioning, cost savings, process improvements and password management automation.
Flexibility, Responsiveness. Knowledge. Skill.
|May 05 ‑ May 08, 2009||
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