SSO: definition & use



Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. 

This system allows the user to have only one login and password.

In the case of the IWD Platform, this would mean you could access the platform with your corporate login credentials.


Even if you want to implement the SSO login, you will need to have an active license on our software.

If this account is going to use the SSO, our IT has to flag it as an "SSO account" and the user won’t be able to use the classical login/password to connect the software.


A prior exchange with your IT is essential to provide the necessary information for the correct setting.

Note that we are currently compatible with the SAML2 protocol.

Want to set up the SSO login?

If you want to set up the SSO for your platform, please reach out directly to your dedicated project manager. Once set up, when a user tries to log in, they will be redirected to your corporate login page.