Intelligent identity solutions provider Ping Identity has announced the finalists for its annual Identity Excellence Awards, in the categories of Identity Innovation Champion, Identity Security Champion, Customer Experience Champion, Cloud Identity Champion, Modern Identity Champion, Better Identity Together, and Champion of Change. Now in their 5th year, the Identity Excellence Awards were established by Ping Identity to honor their global customers’ development of outstanding identity security projects.
SCL Health and Delta Air Lines are at the top of the Identity Innovation Champion category in recognition of their adoption of new technologies in the pursuit of a future built of identity.
In the Identity Security Champion category, the finalists being recognized for their unique approaches to making enterprises more secure are Johnson & Johnson and TransUnion.
The Customer Experience Champion finalists are Prisma Health and Raising Cane’s, which are being recognized for putting their customers first and driving loyalty with secure and frictionless transactions.
The Cloud Identity Champion category honors companies that embrace the potential of the cloud and combine it with high-end security and accessible services, with the finalists being Eurofins and Accor.
Old Mutual and Sharp Healthcare find themselves as the finalists for the Modern Identity Champion award, which looks to recognize organizations that connect Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution to existing investments in an effort to modernize legacy systems.
In recognition of Ping Identity customers and partners that work together to find meaningful and unique ways to better identity security, the Better Identity Together category sees BGL & ProofID, and Walter’s Automotive Group & HiQuest as its finalists.
And finally, Banco Itaú Unibanco Brazil and Schneider Electric are the finalists for the Champion of Change category in recognition of their efforts to use identity to help keep people safe and business going in a time when global events have spurred an all-digital reality.
“We champion our customers’ best-in-class identity projects so that others can learn from their innovative deployments,” said Andre Durand, CEO and founder of Ping Identity. “These finalists stand out for prioritizing identity in their security strategy, testing the limits of technology and securing their enterprises for a better customer experience.”
September 29, 2021 — by Tony Bitzionis