REDWOOD CITY, Calif., June 29, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Split, the intelligent software delivery platform that gives companies control over their users’ experience, today announced the Split Intelligent Security (SPIS) Framework, making it the first company to provide comprehensive enterprise security for software delivery.
Split's intelligent software delivery platform is the go-to solution for engineers, product managers, and teams to accelerate product ideas into customer experience outcomes. From basic feature flags to a comprehensive safe launch and experimentation solution, Split provides a range of capabilities to customers, such as thredUP and Main Street Hub to give them agility, safety, and optimization in their product development lifecycle.
A software delivery platform can put these capabilities in the hands of anyone at the enterprise, from engineer to CEO, but with that power comes the need for rigorous access control and data security. Any unauthorized access can directly impact customer experience, which is why SPIS approaches security from these six vectors:
“Enterprises are relying more and more on third-party applications, leading to a greater number of user accounts across a range of services, exposing organizations to a high risk of security breaches,” said Adil Aijaz, cofounder and CEO at Split. “We're delighted to be the first vendor to solve this problem comprehensively for software delivery, allowing our customers to deliver software faster, without compromising security or customer experience."
To learn more, read the Split blog post here: http://www.split.io/blog/technical-overview-using-saml-with-split-for-enterprise-class-user-management
Split is the leading platform for intelligent software delivery, helping businesses of all sizes deliver exceptional user experiences, and mitigate risk, by providing an easy, secure way to target features to customers. Companies like WePay, LendingTree and thredUP rely on Split to safely launch and test new features and derive insights on their use. Founded in 2015, Split's team comes from some of the most innovative enterprises in Silicon Valley, including Google, LinkedIn, Salesforce and Splunk. Split is based in Redwood City, California and backed by Accel Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners. To learn more about Split, contact email@example.com, or start a 14-day free trial at www.split.io/signup.
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