Chicago, IL – December 17th, 2015 – William James College, located in Newton, Massachusetts, selected QuickLaunch Single Sign-On (SSO), a cloud-based, self-service cost-effective single sign-on solution, enables users to sign on with one user identification and password, allowing access to multiple applications without re-authenticating.

William James College selected QuickLaunch SSO to support the institution's current strategic plans of improving their operational effectiveness and provide integrated communication that enhances the student experience and success.

Post launch, William James’s faculty, staff, and students will get an instant access to enterprise applications without the hassle of remembering multiple logins.

William James College's QuickLaunch Single-Sign-On (SSO) Integration to systems including:

In addition to William James’s applications, QuickLaunch SSO has over 1000 pre-built adapters to education-specific enterprise applications making QuickLaunch SSO a one-stop shop for Higher Education and K-12 institutions.

"We are pleased that William James College selected QuickLaunch SSO," said Neeraj Kainth for QuickLaunch SSO. "It is an honor to be a part of delivering on the college's mission and we look forward to supporting the growing needs and requirements of the campus community through QuickLaunch Single Sign-On."

About William James

William James College is a graduate college of psychology founded in 1974 in the Boston, MA neighborhood of West Roxbury. The school relocated to the neighboring town of Newton in 2012. With nearly 700 students, William James offers seventeen graduate academic degree programs and one academic graduate certificate across four departments.

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About QuickLaunch SSO

QuickLaunch is a cloud-based, self-service Identity as a Service (IDaaS) application integration platform that helps institutions to integrate their apps irrespective of their integration protocol e.g. LDAP integrated apps, secure web authentication, CAS/SAML/OAUTH enabled apps.