Set Up Single Sign On (SSO) and Active Directory (AD)

Matthew Cotter Updated by Matthew Cotter

Single Sign On

Single sign-on (SSO) is a method for authenticating users where a single set of credentials can be used to log into several different applications. This is especially useful in a corporate setting, when you want your employees to be able to access a variety of applications using their company credentials.

Common SSO Providers

To get started, you’ll need to set up a connection (or connector) for EmployUs with your IDP. Many providers are already integrated with EmployUs.

Active Directory

Organizations use directories from providers like Okta or Workday to easily manage employees and user access to resources. Directories enable IT admins to activate and deactivate employee accounts, create groups that inform access rules, accelerate adoption of new tools, and more. Directory Sync connects your application with their directories, keeping your app informed of any changes in their users, groups, and access rules. Get seamless user lifecycle management for both you and your customers by keeping your app in sync with their employee directory.

Common AD Providers

To get started, you’ll need to set up a connection (or connector) for EmployUs with your IDP. Many providers are already integrated with EmployUs.

  • Azure AD SCIM
  • BambooHR
  • G Suite
  • Gusto
  • Hibob
  • JumpCloud SCIM
  • Okta SCIM v1.1
  • Okta SCIM v2.0
  • Rippling
  • SCIM v1.1
  • SCIM v2.0
  • Workday

Next Steps

In order to set up SSO and/or Active Directory, please contact your account manager or complete this setup form by clicking the button below.

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