Building Engines, a provider of comprehensive cloud and mobile property management software for the commercial real estate industry, has launched SAML Single-Sign-On (SSO) in response to customer demand for a more seamless user experience. While
SAML stands for "Security Assertion Markup Language" and is an open standard data format for exchanging authentication and authorization data between parties, in particular, between an identity provider and a service provider (in this case,
•Providing a single place for customers to manage system users, ultimately reducing the administrative work required to manage users and resulting in direct cost savings.
•Allowing companies to define permissions and access on an individual user basis, which is done by the client's corporate IT department and not by the business owners, which is much more efficient.
•Eliminating the need for users to login into BE, thus providing a fully integrated solution for their customers. This also reduces overhead of inevitable password reset and management.
Previous solutions put the onus on the customer to essentially develop a piece of middle-ware. This changes that – the SAML provider IS that middleware and the rest is configuration, readily managed by corporate IT teams. Large enterprise customers require modern solutions based on open standards and
For more information on the advantages of SAML SSO or to request a demo of the
For owners and managers of commercial real estate who want to stand out, Building Engines’ property management software delivers unparalleled operational control through cloud and mobile technologies that improve tenant satisfaction with service by an average of 70 percent. For more information, visit: http://www.buildingengines.com/.
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