By Tania Clarke   |  
February 11th, 2018

Announcing Single Sign-On For Big Teams

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We recently launched Single Sign-On (SSO) to help you manage your team’s login details in a more streamlined way.

What is SSO

Single Sign-On is a service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials (e.g., name and password) to access multiple applications.

The benefits to you

Using SSO you no longer have to set, remember and manage all your team member’s passwords for iAuditor. Instead you can easily login using the same username and password that is used for other systems.

After enabling SSO, with a couple of clicks, team members are authenticated and able to get on with the job. SSO will be a dream come true for IT managers in larger organisations. No longer will they have to manage individual logins, which will be a huge time saver.

In addition, SSO’s user authentication process helps with security risk, by providing control over who accesses your internal data.
SafetyCulture’s SSO

By setting up SSO with SafetyCulture, your team can use the same login credentials they use for all your internal systems.

Getting started

A wide range of enterprise authentication systems is supported including Active Directory (ADFS, Azure), PingFederate, Google and any solution that supports SAML 2.0. The only other requirement is that your team member’s email address is the same between iAuditor and the external system.

Setup takes 15-30 minutes depending on the complexity of the external system.

SSO can be enabled in parallel with existing password authentication so teams can transition smoothly to the new experience. As an administrator you can turn off access to iAuditor via the old password authentication at any time, controlling access from a single central place in your company.


Compatible systems include:

  • Active Directory
  • Azure Active Directory
  • Active Directory Federation Services
  • Any solution that supports the SAML 2.0 authentication protocol such as Auth0, Google Apps, Okta, Bitium, PingFederate

If this sounds like a good fit for your organisation, get in touch with us.

Watch this space in 2018

We’ll be releasing more features this year that helps you scale up your team’s inspection process. Stay up to date by subscribing to our Product Updates blog.

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