Todd McKinnon: Okta is the foundation for secure connections between people and technology. That might be employees to applications. That may be employees to mobile devices. It might be partners to portals or customers to products.
Ryan Carlson: Okta's vision is to enable any company to adopt any technology. We started by enabling companies to securely adopt and manage cloud services, then it's mobile devices. Technology is changing faster than ever before. Our vision is to enable companies to use that technology, whatever's next.
Todd McKinnon: In order for Okta to achieve its vision, we need to connect everything. We need to connect every person, every application, every device, every organization through Okta.
Frederic Kerrest: The beauty of Okta is we have millions and millions of users authenticating on the service every day in a very secure manner. IT, CIO's, CSO's love the service. Great opportunity for them to partner across the business.
Todd McKinnon: If you're running IT at a company and you can make your end users think this is a productivity tool and it's making your chief security officer happy because it's making your environment more secure. That's a gold mine and that's why our customers love us.
David Baker: We are in this transformative infrastructure and product that allows security to basically be adopted easily, simply, and quickly. The best security is the security that is transparent to the user, right? It's simple security.
Eric Berg: The Okta opportunity is huge. It's not every often that these major architectural shifts happen whether you go back to your main frame and mini-computers or client server and you really look at what's happening right now from a shift in the application architecture out to the Cloud. Okta's opportunity immediately is to help people make that transformational change in a secure way and in a way that's most productive for their business and for their users.
Scott Schwarzhoff: The only central point of truth is that everything is logically organized around the user. So with this one constant of identity being the hub, you're able to organize the way that humans organize, which is around the relationships between themselves and others and between themselves and the world around them and the technology that they're using.
Laura Brumage: If they aren't successful, then we fail. So we invest in training, administrators, end users, platform developers to use the full breath of Okta's solution set so that they can do their jobs well.
Hector Aguilar: Not all Cloud service are created equal. You can create, again, a service that looks like Okta. But really making it work the way Okta works, it takes a lot of technology, a lot of people, and a lot of processes that can actually make it reliable, scalable, robust. Then on top of that, it's just a pleasure to use.
Todd McKinnon: Our number one thing we're focused on is making our customers successful. For customers to be successful, they have to be able to choose the best technology to move their organizations forward.
Krista Anderson: Customer success is about a lot more than just being successful with Okta. It's about making them successful in their entire job, in their careers, in their company. It's about enabling them with all the other technologies they need to do their jobs.
Frederic Kerrest: We play a critical role in helping them build better connections, better communication, accelerating their supply chains, accelerating their interfaces with their customers, their partners, their vendors, their suppliers and some of the biggest brands in the world. That's very, very exciting.
Todd McKinnon: When I talk to our customers about it, I like to tell them, "Hey, you can start with Okta and you can go anywhere." It truly is enabling you to do things that weren't possible before.
Okta's vision is to enable any company to adopt any technology. We started by enabling companies to securely adopt and manage cloud services, then it's mobile devices. Technology is changing faster than ever before. Our vision is to enable companies to use that technology, whatever's next.