Single Sign-On (SSO)

This article provides information about Single Sign-On (SSO) and SSO implementation.

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Written by Lisa Treanor
Updated over a week ago

What is Single Sign-On?

Single Sign-On, or SSO for short, 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 allows users on one site to seamlessly sign in to another.

SSO provides many benefits to clients. It increases employee and IT productivity, improves security capabilities, reduces password fatigue, streamlines and strengthens the user experience, and lastly increases software adoption rates. All in all, setting up SSO comes with many benefits, and is a widely popular feature.

Is SSO right for you?

You are a good candidate for SSO if you are already using an identity management system. We are able to integrate with a wide variety of identity providers.

SSO Integrations we support:

  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)

  • Active Directory / LDAPSAML

  • Google Workspace

  • Microsoft Azure AD

  • Open ID Connect

  • PingFederate

If the SSO integration you desire is not listed above, please contact us at

Getting Started with SSO

To get started with SSO, please notify your LegalSifter contact or email Provide your identity provider in this message.

Each SSO integration has its own requirements form. Upon request, our team will provide you with the appropriate form.

After our team receives this completed form, we will setup SSO. We will then pass the information to the client IT contact to complete the connection process.

Client will then validate that the connection is functioning.

Please contact us at with any questions.

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