Vendor Report: Aveksa

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Aveksa's claim is "Enterprise Access Governance". The company is one of several startups which provide a GRC platform to support requirements of what Kuppinger Cole calls IAM-GRC, e.g. the Identity and Access Management related aspects of GRC (Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance). Aveksa was founded in 2006, by an experienced team including several former executives from Netegrity, a market leader in identity and access management software that was acquired by CA in 2004. Aveksa has successfully managed to set up an impressive number of partnerships.
From an overall perspective, Aveksa appears as one of the interesting new vendors in the emerging IAM-GRC market segment. The company has an experienced management team and a broad set of partners. Like mentioned above, Aveksa is - like some other vendors - a potential target for acquisitions.
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May 05, 2009

Vendor Report: Aveksa

Aveksa's claim is "Enterprise Access Governance". The company is one of several startups which provide a GRC platform to support requirements of what Kuppinger Cole calls IAM-GRC, e.g. the Identity and Access Management related aspects of GRC (Governance, Risk Management, and…

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