Hyperfish releases Integration Framework

Published on: September 26, 2017

Hyperfish, a recognized leader in directory management, announced today the release of its new integration framework. 

The Hyperfish Integration Framework enables Hyperfish customers and partners to extend the service to non-directory systems such as HRIS and other structured data sources. Using the Hyperfish Integration Framework, organizations can analyze, collect, and update missing profile information across almost any structured data source, automating the process of keeping profile information fresh and up-to-date. Customers can now use Hyperfish to collect information that has been time consuming or difficult to get collect in the past, such as employee skills and expertise, asset registration, and personal information.

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Attribute Connectors via Hyperfish Framework

“We’re really excited to be able to extend Hyperfish from working solely on Active Directory to being  able to collect missing information in practically any data source”, said Hyperfish CTO, Chris Johnson.

The Hyperfish Integration Framework also enables customers to perform daily imports from HR external systems into Office 365 and Active Directory, without the need for complex identify management solutions or customization. Customers can now utilize HR information within Office 365 to power capabilities such as Organizational Charts, Approval Workflows, and advanced Team collaboration.

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Scheduled Import via the Integration Framework

“We’re seeing Office 365 become a primary hub for people and information within many organizations. People don’t want to login to multiple systems to get their work done, Office 365 offers a compelling single place to go”, said Hyperfish CEO, Brian Cook.


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