Single sign-on

Single sign-on (SSO) with SAML is an authentication method
that allows you to improve the security, convenience,
and compliance of your IT infrastructure.

Woman at her desk
A man in a suit

Enhanced security and compliance

Implement compliance requirements such as two-factor authentication to elevate your security.

Smooth logins and administration

Users log in once and access multiple applications without having to enter their credentials again. Also, the administrative overhead associated with managing user accounts and passwords is reduced.

Security benefits

Post-it with password

One password

Users only need one password. 
This reduces the risk of reusing weak passwords or writing them down.

Woman with laptop

Centralized management

Centralized identity management makes it easier to control who has access to which applications and resources.

Hands with mobile phone

Your (strict) rules

You are in control and may enforce additional security measures - such as multi-factor authentication.

This is included

Unlimited users

Provision as many users as you’d like. There is no limit.

SAML 2.0

Configurable to support well known providers or your custom implementation.

Technical support

Set up SAML with access to technical support from our engineers.


Get in touch with us for a quote.


Existing users

Existing users will still have access to your account and may use their previous authentication method.

Access control

Single sign-on with SAML supports the same granularity of access control as our standard authentication methods.

Just-in-time provisioning

Just-in-time provisioning is applied to new users. I.e. users are created during their first successful single sign-on authentication.

Supported providers

We currently support most identity providers. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)

  • Auth0

  • Azure AD (Microsoft Azure Active Directory)

  • Google

  • Okta

  • OneLogin

  • Ping Identity

  • Salesforce

  • Generic support for SSO systems that use SAML 2.0