Single Sign-On (SSO) allows you to centralise your user data and password management via 3rd party identity provider service, such as:

Please note: ExpenseIn supports the use of the SAML standard for single sign-on, and can be configured with any SAML compatible identity provider, not just those listed above.

There are three steps to using Single Sign-On (SSO) with ExpenseIn:

1. Add the domain(s) of the email addresses that your users sign in with.

2. Add the identity provider(s) which your users are signing into.

3. Test your SSO setup.

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