How Envoy OneLogin Takes Away The Pain Of Visitor Registration

Envoy ended the age-long nightmare of visitor registration with SCIM OneLogin integration. It’s streamlining security and product innovations that maximize efficiency across all environments. The era of logbooks created endless frustration that agitated the end user and IT administrators alike. With the release of this SCIM-enabled OneLogin interface, Envoy promises continuous synchronization that automates documentation.

Record keeping requires efficient management tools to capture user data as it evolves. Envoy allows seamless management of existing and recently updated employee data entered into its directory. Without relying on manual input, record keeping is far easier and minimizes office security risks. Businesses running multiple applications that require employee or agent login will greatly benefit from this sort of innovation.

Everything from visitor identity provisioning, digital NDA (Non-disclosure Agreement) to privileged user login has been simplified. Furthermore, SCIM automatically imports user credentials from OneLogin profiles, including employee email username, office location and more. This smooths the process of employee onboarding and offboarding routine, which, in turn, bolsters workflow. In addition, it scales down errors, allowing for greater accuracy as users access applications.

As if automation isn’t enough, Envoy combined its game-changing visitor registration software with an intuitive iPad interface. It boasts a one-click sign-in option that eases frustration with instant-touch Onelogin end-user access. Since its rollout, it’s the highlight of many tech-forward businesses increasing security and maximizing production output.

The Pedersen brothers, Christian and Thomas have been credited for a series of fast-emerging cloud-based applications, including co-developing Zendesk. OneLogin, a sophisticated identity/access management framework, introduced by the duo in 2010 is changing how businesses gain access to cloud applications today. Since inception, some 2000 companies across 44 global sites have adopted the OneLogin infrastructure for smarter manipulation of web applications.

OneLogin supports small to large-scale enterprises developed on cloud-based technology. With a growing need for tighter security within cloud applications, OneLogin is constantly tweaking its products and services. It’s secured partnerships with several reliable SaaS vendors to deliver the highest level of data security solutions. Its latest collaboration with Envoy chronicles the integration of SCIM to balance security and productivity needs across business platforms.