Suncorp: OpenSSO as the Foundation of an Insurance Portal
[URL="http://www.ssocircle.com/"] [IMG]http://blogs.sun.com/stories/resource/Suncorp/suncorp_logo.gif[/IMG] [/URL] The [URL="http://www.suncorp.com.au/"]Suncorp[/URL] Group is one of Australia's leaders in banking, insurance, investment and pensions. When they evaluated a range of commercial and open source single sign-on solutions for their SunCentral portal, they selected [URL="http://opensso.org/"]OpenSSO[/URL] [I]due to its feature completeness, enterprise readiness, support options and because it is open source software[/I].
Fast forward six months, and OpenSSO is live, providing single sign-on to both intranet and Internet-facing applications at Suncorp as well as federated access to an external service provider, with a population of 3000 external insurance brokers and other partners plus 15,000 internal staff members accessing the system daily. Suncorp's Damien Covey reports: [I]OpenSSO has been stable in our production environment. In the 6 months since we've been live we've had one issue caused by OpenSSO. This issue has now been patched in OpenSSO (after our issue report) [...][/I].
Read [URL="http://blogs.sun.com/stories/resource/Suncorp/Suncorp-OpenSSO-questionnaire.html"]the full questionnaire response[/URL] for the full scoop.