Customers + Partners

Customers + Partners

Founders in Focus: Shashank Saxena of VNDLY

For this month’s Founders in Focus series, we spoke with Shashank Saxena, co-founder and CEO of VNDLY, an Okta Ventures portfolio company. Shashank shared what drives the mission at VNDLY and how they work with Okta. What is VNDLY and what is your mission? VNDLY is a modern, cloud-based vendor management system (VMS) that’s changing the way…

Founders in Focus: Alex Kazerani of Openpath

Each month we’re highlighting a founder of Okta Ventures’ portfolio companies. It’s your chance to learn more about them and how they work with Okta. This month we’re speaking with Alex Kazerani, co-founder and CEO of Openpath. What is Openpath and what is your mission? Openpath was created by a team of serial entrepreneurs who were tired of…

Driving Success with Customer First

If you’re an Okta customer, you know that one of our core values is to make every Okta customer successful. Our Customer First team digs deep, employing a conceptual framework that, according to Hewlett Packard, FedEx and many other customers, ensures continued success. Scroll down to take in our Learn/Deploy/Adopt/Grow services framework. Not an…

Founders in Focus: Bob Moore of Crossbeam

Each month we highlight a founder of an Okta Ventures portfolio company so you get to learn more about them and how they work with Okta. This month we’re speaking with Bob Moore, founder of Crossbeam. What is Crossbeam and what is your mission? Crossbeam is a partner ecosystem platform. We act as a data escrow service that finds overlapping…

Founders in Focus: Uri May of Hunters

For this month’s Founders in Focus series, we’re hearing from Uri May of Hunters. Read on to learn more about the mission behind this Okta Ventures portfolio company and how they work with Okta. What is Hunters and what is your mission? Hunters is an Israeli cyber security startup. We built the industry’s first autonomous threat hunting solution…

Okta One-Minute Case Study: Cengage

The ambition of bringing innovation to education is nothing new. And when it comes to how students access learning materials, technology has made big advances in the last 25-30 years. How educational publishers have provided those digital materials, however, has traditionally been in-house and ad hoc, built by internal IT support teams. But…

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