A San-Francisco-based company, Envoy, creates software that allows office visitors to sign in using iPads rather than the uninspiring, insecure, and outdated log books. In the process of guest registration, Envoy automates many steps such as digital NDA, visitor sign-in, visitor photos and badges, and host notifications. Their customers include tech-forward companies.
For these clients, employee movement across, in to and out of the company can be a nightmare especially for IT admins who need to constantly update individual user right of entry across various applications to secure the systems while ensuring smooth end-user experiences. Recently, Envoy worked with OneLogin to put in place SCIM protocol also known as automated user off/on boarding for user provisioning. Currently, this feature is available to Envoy Enterprise and Premium customers.
Maximizing the Experience of Envoy Customers
It is evident that managing employees as well as other application users such as contractors or partners can weigh down IT. With Envoy, out of date data reduces visitor experience. Customers are able to get the best from Envoy Visitor Registration when the records of employees are accurate, easy to manage, and up to date. This makes sure that each employee can receive host notifications and create visitor invites. For visitors, the signing in process becomes easy, and they don’t waste lots of time searching through unavailable employees.
OneLogin supports the adoption of access management standards and open identity. Moreover, they provide developer kits as well as guidance for implementing user provisioning, single sign-on and so much more. These standards represent APIs and battle-tested schema that remove the need for reliable and secure IAM functionality creation by application vendors.
OneLogin is always thrilled to collaborate with partners sharing their vision of creating effortless experiences at the workplace. They are excited to have had a chance to work with Envoy to enable SCIM user provisioning. According to OneLogin, they are witnessing an increase in the number of SaaS vendors visiting their developer website. Also, the number of vendors enabling SCIM for their apps has been on the rise. OneLogin’s timely partner support and clear API documentation allowed for easy integration with Envoy.