At the start of the year we launched Fulcrum Enterprise, a plan designed for large organizations with distributed workforces, multiple site locations, and a need to centralize account management controls within IT departments.
Fulcrum Enterprise includes support for Single Sign-On (SSO) with SAML 2.0, which enables large deployments with better user provisioning and authentication controls.
Single Sign-On allows you to use your own identity management directory for logging in to Fulcrum, providing your users with a way to authenticate to Fulcrum with the same set of credentials they use for other corporate systems. This provides not only additional usability advantages for your users, but also allows IT system administrators to control things like password lengths, reset cycles, and application access from one centralized console along with all other corporate applications.
Fulcrum’s SSO can be used with any directory management system that supports the SAML standard; we’ve also published apps with two of the most popular identity management platforms: Okta and Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory service. The apps for each provide preconfigured apps that simplify provisioning within your directory. There are also step-by-step guides that showcase how to get Fulcrum SSO linked up for your account:
Our SSO integration isn’t limited to these platforms, however. Other SAML-based systems that work with Fulcrum include Auth0, G Suite, Bitium, Microsoft ADFS, OneLogin, Centrify, and more.
Once deployed with Fulcrum, users then sign in with their corporate-managed username and password on all Fulcrum clients — website, iOS, and Android apps. When combined with our Audit Logs feature, SSO provides Enterprise administrators greater access and control over user activity within their organization.
Contact us today about Fulcrum Enterprise and see how you can set up SSO for your own organization.