QuickLaunch is an AI and blockchain based identity-as-a-service platform (IDaaS) that enables users to manage device authentication, authorization, and access control. Its features include provisioning and de-provisioning, multi-factor authentication, password manager, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try QuickLaunch? Sign up for a free trial.
What QuickLaunch Does Well
Users who gave QuickLaunch a positive feedback commented that the software is user-friendly. They also liked how they can seamlessly navigate from one application to another. They are happy that customer support is responsive to their needs as well.
One user who gave QuickLaunch a positive review on G2 Crowd liked that the software is easy to use. He also added that they have a great support system that helps them with the testing and implementation phase. They also liked that it is not expensive compared with other software.
What QuickLaunch Does Not Do Well
There are just a few negative reviews of QuickLaunch available online as of this article’s writing (01/31/2019). However, some users suggested that the mobile app should be integrated with the basic plan and they would also appreciate a more detailed UI and report features that they can fully maximize.
QuickLaunch has five paid subscription options: Single Sign-On ($0.50/user/month), Password Manager ($0.60/user/month), Multi-Factor Authentication ($0.80/user/month), Identity Provider ($0.60/user/month), and Mobility (custom priced). The main difference between the plans is the inclusion of premium features such as authentication, directory integrations, provisioning and de-provisioning, and more.
*Annual plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
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Check out the list below of some of QuickLaunch’s features:
- Reporting and Analytics
- Role-Based Access Control
- Password Recovery
- Fingerprint Authentication
- Role-based Authentication
- Directory Integration
- Federation Support
- Provisioning and Deprovisioning
- Secure Authentication
What can QuickLaunch Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication do for users?
What are the resources that users can also access when they subscribe to QuickLaunch?
Here is a list of some of QuickLaunch’s popular integrations: