Ping Identity is trying to make it easier for organizations to build their own identity workflows. To that end, the company has released a new PingOne DaVinci solution that allows administrators to assemble and test their own custom user journeys with a simple drag-and-drop user interface.
DaVinci can be integrated into internal employee workflows, or deployed to improve the security of public-facing customer applications. The platform provides organizations with a no-code orchestration solution, so administrators do not need much technical expertise in order to take advantage of DaVinci’s features.
According to Ping Identity, DaVinci serves as the foundation of the PingOne Cloud Platform. The solution was designed with an eye toward interoperability, and is fully compatible with more than 100 other automation, IT, and identity services as soon as it comes out of the box. It is also vendor-agnostic to make sure that any organizations can use DaVinci regardless of their own internal setup.
DaVinci can provide coverage for the entire customer journey, from onboarding all the way through to verification and subsequent authentication. It can also be used to manage risk levels to help guard against fraud. Ping Identity is launching DaVinci alongside PingOne for Customers and PingOne for Workforce, both of which come in multiple pricing tiers and are designed to facilitate identity and access management for customers and employees, respectively.
“The ability to create frictionless end user experiences is quickly becoming the new competitive battlefront,” said Ping Identity Founder and CEO Andre Durand. “But doing so across different applications, APIs, and platforms has been historically expensive, complicated and time consuming. DaVinci’s no-code identity orchestration allows organizations to accomplish these goals with incredible speed, security and efficiency.”
Ping Identity recently introduced a new PingOne Authorize utility that gives administrators more control over who has access to what information. The platform now comes with behavioral biometrics capabilities, and offers selfie onboarding thanks to the addition of a PingOne Verify feature in early 2021. DaVinci arrives shortly after the company’s acquisition of the no-code development specialist Singular Key back in September.