Single Sign On Integrations with ProWorkflow

June 19, 2016

The dev team have been hard at it again! The integrations just keep flowing from our developers – this time we’re proud to add a pretty exciting extension category added to the tool.
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If you’re a big fan of Single Sign On, you’ll already know how fantastic the service is, if you’re not a big fan however – it’s probably more likely you’ve never heard of it, because it’s terrific. In this post we’ll explain Single Sign On, how it affects you, how SSO integrates with our tool and how to implement it.

Sounds cool, what is it?

Do you have too many logins and passwords for all the different services that you use?

SSO integration will be a good way of spring cleaning all of those hard to remember details, because for the services that are linked – there is just a single sign-on username and password to remember.  We’re using a common way of talking to other providers called SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) to securely log you into our software.

This will allow you to log into your 3rd party application e.g. Google and link it to your ProWorkflow login – Saving you time and mental storage space.

Ok but is it easy for me to set up?

You’ll need to pick which 3rd party login software that you’d like to use. As of this updates publish date there are four:

  • Azure
  • Google
  • Okta
  • OneLogin

All you’ll need to do to set this up is go to the integrations settings page

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Following some of the easy setup instructions as in the example below for Google – be sure to follow the steps in your own integration area. Please don’t use any of the example data shown below

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…and we’re set for sign in!

Thanks for the update!

Thanks for taking the time to read through this latest update and remember: you don’t need to be Steve Wozniak or Bill Gates to take advantage of this great new integration if you feel it will benefit your company.

The setup process in ProWorkflow for this integration is simple to follow and if you do need help, feel free to reach out to your Account Manager or contact our Support Team.

As always stay tuned for more announcements right here on our blog, if you haven’t already done so remember you can also stay informed by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter.

Note: If you don’t currently have a ProWorkflow subscription and wish to try the above integrations, signing up for a trial is easy! Head to our trial page or click here.