Adelaide-Based PropTech company TCPinpoint rolled out single sign-on (SSO) to its users in late March.
SSO is becoming standard practice across the web, making password security safer and easier for everyone. With SSO, TCPinpoint will no longer store users’ passwords. In future, users will also be able to sign in with other accounts, such as Google, Microsoft Active Directory and Okta, making for a more streamlined login experience and easier account management. It also means TCPinpoint will be able to explore further integrations, helping to make TCPinpoint a more powerful platform for its users.
CTO Oli Young says that SSO is an important step towards greater data security for TCPinpoint. “Releasing this SSO is a big change, this is not something a company of our size would normally do, security is a big thing for this industry. SSO positions us as being secure and security focused” he said.
As a cloud-based tenancy delivery platform, TCPinpoint relies on Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) to provide its infrastructure and platform security. The ISO9001 standards compliant AWS is world renowned for its reliability and security.
“People want to trust us with really important data, the more security we can implement, the better” Oli said.
“We take security seriously, to provide users with the best possible services, it helps us and our clients, making it easier for them and mitigating risks associated with security” Oli said.