IDdriven, Inc. (IDDR)
IDdriven, Inc. (OTCQB: IDDR) is an enterprise software company that has developed and is now launching the next generation in Identity and Access Management enterprise solutions into a demand driven market.
Growing at a CAGR of over 18% from 2015 to 2022, analysts are already predicting that cloud-based identity and access management market will witness ‘robust’ demand by 2022. Investors are paying close attention NOW.
A major driver has and is expected to continue being Public sector and utilities sector organizations, which accounted for over 25% of the revenue in 2014. They’re anticipated to exhibit SIGNIFICANT growth over the next six years as enterprises become more digitally connected.
What Separates IDDR From Others?
Two words: Industry Expertise
IDDR is led by a senior management team with extensive experience in the Access governance and Identity Management market. But it GETS BETTER! Its successful track record includes having worked together at its prior company, BHOLD, to turn that company around.
You Have A Chance To Capitalize On This Immediate Buying Opportunity IDDR
The nexus of forces (cloud, mobile, information, and social) is driving complex shifts in the Internet of things. Enterprises are becoming more streamlined with the evolution of technology and with it an entire new industry is being created. Experts are calling it Identity Access Management or "IAM" and it could be one of the fastest growing segments of the Software As A Service (SaaS) Industry over the next 6 years! How big?
A rise in web-based applications and risk management solution combined with cost containment are set to drive the global IAM market says Grand View Research. Such dynamics are prompting increased spending by large enterprises and government organizations, along with stringent regulatory compliances. Grand View calculates that this will be in the region of $24.55 billion by 2022!
Opportunity With Microsoft (MSFT)?
In 2011, they engineered the sale of BHOLD and its flagship IAM software program to Microsoft for a substantial, all-cash sum. MS supports that program still today but has been unable to port it to the cloud. Microsoft is a key — and enthusiastic — channel partner for IDDR.
Now IDDR has a new product focus on its flagship product — IDdriven. This could be a perfect complement to the BHOLD platform because it is a superior, next-gen hybrid cloud-based solution. It is dynamic, seamless, scalable, and flexible with the widest array of features. It also has a plug & play functionality, which enables a new, untapped small and mid-size enterprise (SME) marketplace.
The numbers were undisclosed HOWEVER, the M&A space within IAM is rampant with opportunity and a foot already in the door of a company like Microsoft could leave potential for a HUGE PAYOUT for early investors…
Other large corporations are heavily focused on rolling up this segment as early opportunities and untapped growth are in full motion. This is not to the tune of smaller dollars either!
IBM acquired Lighthouse Security Group to expand on its IAM offerings.
LogMeIn acquired San Francisco-based startup Meldium for $15 million in cash.
Cybersecurity solutions provider Optiv Security, Inc. (previously Accuvant and FishNet Security) acquired IAM firm Advancive LLC
OneLogin expanded on its IAM solution for enterprises through an acquisition of Cafésoft
Ping Identity announced that it has been acquired by Vista Equity Partners. Ping is the same organization that made waves with its acquisition of Marketo, a leading marketing software firm, for $1.8 billion!
Ernst & Young has even earmarked at least $20million for the firms recently launched Managed Security Operations Center (SOC), an initiative designed to provide 24/7 tools and support to secure businesses worldwide!
"I think these acquisitions to some extent indicate there’s more interest in … managing identity through the cloud…So I think or we think there’s going to be more M&A [merger and acquisition] activity around identity and I think it’s fair to say a good portion of that will involve companies who have some way of delivering identity and access management services through a cloud-based model."
- Garrett Bekker, senior analyst with 451 Research.
There’s no shortage of dollars heading toward the segment and no stall in growth projections within the next 6 years either, which is why many large organization and investment firms are choosing NOW as the time to get involved!
What if YOU could have been a stakeholder in any of the above acquisition targets? We aren’t talking thousands of dollars but MILLIONS! NOW we are presented with an opportunity to see IDDR UNDER $1 per share and during a time when the company is basically Playing In Microsoft’s Backyard! The BHOLD technology was novel for its time and now IDDR has expanded on that to make it fully scalable and cloud capable…something that BHOL doesn’t allow for.
Would You Think Microsoft or Any Of The Previously Mentioned Companies Want An Opportunity To Acquire This Technology FIRST?
Identity Access Management Will Be Valued At $24.55 By 2022
Industry experts are already forecasting that this commercial identity marketplace combined with digital identity providers already used by consumers will grow in scope and in number of providers…This is why Savvy Investors are acting NOW.
Organizations at this point in time have very basic IAM systems in place and the fact is that just because someone has established his or her identity as an employee it should not result in unfettered access…companies are not adapting to this ideology yet and that has been cause for major breaches at top levels of public and private sector organizations.
The insider threat to enterprises is serious. The Government’s 2015 Information Security Breaches survey found there was staff involvement in 81% of the data breaches suffered by the large organizations it polled, while deliberate misuse of systems by employees and contractors accounted for 18% of the single worst security breaches for all sizes of organization. Whether malicious activity or as a result of employee errors, both scenarios present real risk to the enterprise!
NOW Is The Time To Consider The NEXT WAVE Of Early Investment!
If you missed your shot at profiting from the early boom in the software as a service or SaaS marketplace, the new niche created through IAM and its next phase of evolution through the cloud could offer uncapped potential as the market is expected to realize some of its largest growth during the next 6 years!