Founded in 2015, they had historically relied on open-source libraries. Mounting requests from customers for MFA, along with frustration regarding the speed of implementation in open-source, prompted them to move to a hosted solution.
CEO Adam recalled reading about Kinde and reached out, eventually deciding to make the switch.
Their team mentioned price competitiveness, ease of integration, and being a fellow Australian team as the core factors in choosing Kinde.
Their team needed a Ruby SDK, so Kinde built one, anticipating future demand and excited to help implement Kinde’s authentication for such an incredible team.
With that in hand, the integration and migration were “very, very simple”, according to engineer Omja.
It took one engineer less than a week to implement Kinde and migrate their users across.
Within a month of the original decision to move, Kinde was live to DataTrue’s customers.
For now, they are just making use of our authentication and user management features.
In the future, they have expressed interest in utilizing Kinde’s release management, and are excited about possibly implementing billing after its upcoming release.