OneLogin Helps Envoy Deploy SCIM

Envoy is a Silicon Valley based technology company, that creates software which allows visitors to sign in using a tablet such as iPads. Envoy automates all steps of the visitor registration page including digital NDA, visitor badges, host notifications and visitor sign in. Envoy aims to eliminate the outdated and insecure logbooks of the past. Many fast growing and tech-forward companies have adopted Envoy’s software in their company premises. Many of Envoy’s customers chose it because managing employees’ movement across a company is tedious for IT admins. Admins have to update user access for individual employees across multiple applications every time an employee moves to another division in the company.

Envoy is using a System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) system that it developed together with OneLogin. The SCIM system developed by OneLogin allows Envoy’s Premium and Enterprise customers to use automated user onboarding and offboarding. SCIM aware applications can synchronize user attributes into any application allowing companies to rollout applications faster. The collaboration between Envoy and OneLogin allows Envoy’s customers to automatically provision their Envoy application using their OneLogin directory. All user access rights are automatically synchronized and user profiles are updated across applications the moment a user’s rights are modified.

OneLogin is a cloud based company that provides organizations and businesses with IAM (identity and access management). OneLogin provides its customers with Single Sign-On, Cloud RADIUS, Virtual LDAP, Web Access Management, Desktop Authentication, Mobile Identity Management, Adaptive Authentication, Multifactor Authentication and User Provisioning. OneLogin provides software developers with an Open Source toolkit that allows app vendors and Software As A Service vendors to secure their applications using OneLogin.

 OneLogin integrates with various cloud applications such RemedyForce, Namely and Workplace by Facebook. Many public organizations and companies use OneLogin as their main service for managing user identities across multiple offices and countries. These companies are in all industries including healthcare, education, technology, retail, manufacturing and financial services. Some of OneLogin’s customers include Berwin Leighton Paisner, Berklee College of Music, Fairfax Media, Dell Serivces, Steelcase, Pinterest, San Jose School District, Acuris, and Practice Fusion. OneLogin’s API can integrate with all major languages including Java, PHP, Python and Ruby.

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