“We have been using Group ID for about 10 years. We grew to about 66,000 DLs today that we manage in our environment. Group ID is easy to setup, easy to maintain, reliable and very flexible. They provide excellent customer support, quick and strong.”

Fernando J Diban, Enterprise Messaging & Collaboration, Wells Fargo

“The Red Cross and its offices across the United States and abroad needed a centralized solution to put group management directly into the hands of the staff members who maintain user lists day-to-day. With GroupID, employees no longer have to depend on the IT service desk to handle their requests and the service desk saw a 50 percent decrease in service tickets.”

Senior director of Security Operations, American Red Cross

“Your support team continues to be excellent. I can’t say enough good things about Imran and Daanish.”

IT Admin of Pandora

“GroupID Automate has established a standard and people can see what’s happening. Moving forward, GroupID Self-Service will enable people to take advantage of these tools. This product really needs to stay with us for a long time.”

Representative of Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

“The ability to tie resident hall distribution groups to our ERP system is saving us a huge amount of time. Previously, it just wasn’t feasible for us to try to manage them all manually.”

Representative of University of Mary

American Tower Corporation

American Tower Corporation eliminates manual maintenance of the Global Address List and Distribution Lists delivers reliable communications company-wide.


Grant Thornton

Grant Thornton realized that they needed a better alternative to their inefficient method of manually carrying out identity management. An automated, cost effective solution to support growth without expanding the IT budget. Enter Imanami.


Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General

Pennsylvania's Office of the Attorney General brings world class IT services to more than 1,000 accounts by using Imanami's software suite and becomes a model for other state government agencies.