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    Access edays through any system with Single Sign-On (SSO)

    Automate your processes and simplify user management for a seamless edays experience.

    Single sign on functionality

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    The key benefits of Single Sign-On (SSO)

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    Seamless user experience

    Wave goodbye to forgotten usernames and passwords, as users are able to access the platform with just one set of credentials. With frictionless access to everything they need, end users can enjoy a quick, stress-free experience in just one click.

    Lower costs for IT resources

    Improve user management and reduce time spent on help desk calls by minimising the risk of forgotten passwords and password resets. In fact, SSO can reduce your login-related help tickets by as much as 75%, freeing up your IT team to focus on more strategic initiatives.

    Enhanced system security

    It isn’t just users who benefit from single sign-on; it’s also advantageous for your system security. With 61% of data breaches involving credentials, SSO reduces the security risk by eliminating the need for users to remember multiple passwords or reusing the same one across multiple platforms. Sensitive login information remains in safe hands, as the credentials are verified by a trusted third party.

    Boosted productivity

    With hybrid working set-ups, or organisations who operate across multiple locations, access to working tools is more essential than ever. With single sign-on, users are able to access the platform as seamlessly as possible, losing no time to forgotten passwords or clumsy integrations. SSO allows for a suitable balance of security, convenience and productivity.

    What is Single Sign-On?

    Single sign-on (SSO) allows users to log in to multiple platforms using just one set of credentials. Utilising a trusted third party to verify the credentials, SSO strengthens security, simplifies integrations and improves the user experience.

    According to single sign-on experts, Okta, SSO makes it 50% faster for users to adopt, log in to and use their apps.

    Enabling Single Sign-On (SSO)

    Our single sign-on tool is implemented using SAML 2.0 and it’s W3C XML encrypted. This means that it’s compatible with all major systems including Active Directory, Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin, and Shibboleth, as well as any other SAML 2.0 based identity provider.

    Set-up is quick and easy and can be configured to work with the multi-factor authentication tool you’re already using within your organisation. Our projects team will enable the feature for you so you can start to utilise the benefits of SSO as soon as possible.

    I love the system, I find it really easy to use and it’s a brilliant tool that’s fit for purpose in more ways than one. You should be really proud of the flexibility that edays offers and bang your drum about it because it has made all the difference as far as an HR tool is concerned for me.

    Rachel Barnes, HR Manager – ASP Hair

    With edays, our company can now easily and effectively manage planned and unplanned absences along with other leave. It’s been working great for us.

    We can now say with confidence that 100% of our absence and overtime is now tracked and monitored within the regions that use edays. This ensures our employees get paid for their overtime and gives us a more accurate picture of absence within those regions, allowing us to plan our resources more effectively.

    Edit Hannak, European AP Manager – Trimble

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