As a company and team, our first goal is to understand your needs and challenges then deliver a tailored, easy-to-use, cost-effective product that meets those needs, coupled with dedicated, white-glove services from the very beginning right through to becoming your dependable solution provider.
Launched in 1999, PistolStar has experienced phenomenal growth, attributing its success to an understanding of customers' pain, having the ability to demonstrate a positive return on investment, and differentiating itself from the competition by delivering flexible solutions with full technical support from the developers.
With the increased migration from collaboration solutions like Lotus Notes & Domino, PistolStar improved its functionality, launching PortalGuard® the company’s flagship, all-in-one authentication extension in 2009.
PortalGuard succeeds in achieving the fine balance between security, compliance and return on investment without negatively impacting the end-user’s productivity; an achievement that earned a 5-Star review in SC Magazine, stating that PortalGuard “Does everything expected and then some—with ease of use and unlimited users.”
PortalGuard is privately-funded and based in Bedford, NH, yet it maintains a global presence through relationships with international resellers. Since introduced, the company has sold its software to over 400 enterprises in the U.S. and abroad, comprising millions of users. Customers include Bank of New Zealand, Bass Pro Shops, City of Long Beach, Dalton State College, Group Publishing, Hershey Entertainment, Maverik, Milton Academy, Monash Health, New Jersey Sharing Network, Osram Sylvania, Regis College, Tessella, University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, York Technical Institute, among others. While PistolStar continues to expand its presence in the enterprise market, it also provides its products to the small-to-medium business (SMB) market.
PortalGuard is a turn-key, private cloud authentication extension for your web-based applications and VPNs that allows you to standardize your logins through: