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Cost savings WiKID vs Hardware tokens

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Needless to say, we've done a lot of analysis on how much an enterprise can save by switching from hardware tokens to WiKID.  It occurred to me that security folk are suspicious people by nature, they like to see how the sausage is made and check the sources.  So, I have uploaded a copy of the spreadsheet we use to google spreadsheets. Now you can see the formulas, get your own quotes from strong authentication vendors and compare yourself.  

The spreadsheet is setup to compare WiKID to one of the more popular hardware token vendors.   The cost savings for 100 users is over $8,000; for 500, over $28,000. 

The spreadsheet does not automatically update the pricing based on the number of users.  We do however post all our pricing online.

The WiKID two-factor authentication cost analysis spreadsheet

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