We seem to get a big spike in volume orders of SplashID between November and January. I’ve been talking with some of the IT managers involved in the orders this month, and I asked them about the timing. Some of them say that it’s simply a matter of when budget is available, but a number of others tell me that their organizations are really looking to take password security and record management to the next level in 2008.
Kudos to these companies for planning ahead — IT security is going to become more and more important for organizations no matter what size or industry sector they are in. Over the past two years, we have seen the kinds of organizations using SplashID migrate from almost exclusively high security environments (like Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Labs) and financial services companies (like NetBank, America First, and State Street Bank) to a much more broad group, including colleges, insurance companies, and law firms.
If you’re interested in a license of SplashID for your organization, just let us know. The process is really straightforward, and the costs will be lower than you expect. For smaller groups, we have 5- and 10-packs of SplashID licenses available for immediate order by credit card from our website (purchase links are at the bottom of this page about SplashID).
For larger organizations, just fill out the SplashID Enterprise and Government Edition short request form here, and we’ll get back to you within one business day.