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Australian consumers are fickle when it comes to online experiences, according to a new report which showed nearly half will quickly abandon signups, app installs and checkouts if the process is difficult to navigate. ForgeRock, a digital identity provider, announced the release of volume two of its global report, “The

Identity management company ForgeRock today announced the launch of its Open Banking Accelerators, tools for financial institutions to manage the APIs used in Australia’s new data portability scheme. ForgeRock says its Accelerators address some of the strict rules of open banking, which began this year as the first test of

While COVID-19 and subsequent social distancing restrictions have triggered a boom for digital services, many Australian consumers intend to revert to in person experiences when it is safe to do so, according to a global survey by ForgeRock. The identity management provider says it has created an imperative for businesses

Digital identity provider ForgeRock has completed a $93.5 million Series E round of fundraising. This latest funding round was led by Riverwood Capital. Existing investors, including Accel, Meritech Capital, Foundation Capital and KKR Growth also participated. ForgeRock has now raised more than $230 million in growth capital since its founding.

Digital experiences have never been more important but the understanding of what it takes to deliver them hasn’t kept pace with rising expectations, according to Fran Rosch, CEO of ForgeRock, a multinational digital identity platform provider.  Rosch, in Sydney for his company’s local user event, Identity Live, told Which-50 business

The Consumer Data Right legislation was passed by the Australian parliament on Thursday, providing the legal framework for Australia’s open banking regime. The CDR is a competition and consumer reform announced by the Australian Government in May 2018. Essentially a data portability right, the CDR will allow consumers to direct