Edlink is proud to announce a new client partnership with Identity Automation.
About Identity Automation: Identity Automation provides schools with a powerful and complete identity and access management solution through their platform, RapidIdentity.
RapidIdentity addresses both learning outcomes and learning safety with capabilities including identity lifecycle management for all users, advanced single sign-on, analytics that provide insights into classroom engagement, automated rostering, and more.
About the partnership: Through their cutting-edge platform, Identity Automation delivers a seamless digital classroom experience for hundreds of school districts, colleges, and universities. Their platform currently utilizes data from the SIS. As they scale, they're looking to expand to another school system—the LMS.
Enter Edlink. By leveraging the Edlink API, Identity Automation will be able to securely sync data between their customers' SIS and LMS, making their SSO and rostering offerings more comprehensive. They'll achieve this goal while saving the time and resources they would have spent building integrations with every major LMS in-house.
"For Identity Automation, partnering with Edlink with a no-brainer given their level of expertise, depth and interoperability in the K-12 EdTech ecosystem. Further, the focus on data sovereignty, privacy and security is table stakes for integration of a key sub-processor. Partnering with Edlink allows Identity Automation to focus on differentiated value for our K-12 clients rather than reinventing the wheel."
-Michael Webb, Chief Product Officer and Chief Technology Officer, Identity Automation
About Edlink: Launched in February 2020, Edlink is the fastest and easiest way to integrate your learning platform with school data systems. Working with Edlink's Unified API saves development teams headaches, gets operational teams to-market faster, and helps sales teams win more deals.
Edlink is currently working behind the scenes to help over 15 million students get logged into all the various learning platforms they use, using their LMS (a system students already know!) and they're trusted to exchange sensitive data securely by leaders in over 1,500 US K12 school districts and learning institutions, and growing.