Single Sign On

Single Sign On (SSO) is a technology that allows users to sign in to Simple In/Out with credentials from other providers. SSO allows you to manage your Simple In/Out users and groups in your system, not ours. This aids in convenience by automatically creating access in Simple In/Out your users can utilize with the same credentials as existing systems. This also enhances security by placing your SSO system in charge of password rules/requirements.

Our SSO implementation is build upon SCIM v2 and OAuth v2, both industry-wide open standards supported by a broad range of companies.


In order to use SSO, your organization must be on an Enterprise level plan. Your organization must also not be using Linked Companies. You can view Simple In/Out's plans and pricing options here.

Supported Providers

At this time, Simple In/Out supports Single Sign On from the following services, click the links below for further details.

Don't see your provider above? Request a provider here via email.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does SSO provision both users and groups?

Yes, once enabled Simple In/Out will take all our instructions for users and groups from your SSO provider. You will no longer be able to add new users or new groups within Simple In/Out. You must add them from your SSO provider and have the provider send them to Simple In/Out.

What happens to my existing Simple In/Out users and groups when SSO is enabled?

Your existing users and groups will be kept in place. Users may continue to sign in with their Simple In/Out email/password. When your SSO provider provisions requests we add a user with the same email address, we'll "upgrade" that user to SSO. Their Simple In/Out password will be destroyed, their data will be changed to the data from your SSO provider (including their phone numbers and groups), and they will receive an email from us notifying them of the change in the way they will log into Simple In/Out from now on.