Signer Single Sign-On (SSO)

Business Background

With Single Sign-On (SSO), users can securely access multiple applications or systems using a single set of login credentials. This eliminates the hassle of managing separate usernames and passwords for each application. By authenticating once with a trusted Identity Provider (IDP), users can seamlessly access various connected applications without the need for additional login prompts.

Furthermore, SSO enables organizations to centrally manage user accounts and access rights through an Identity Provider (IDP). SSO offers better visibility and control over user access to applications, and it also facilitates seamless integration with external applications or services.

Titan Solution

Titan Sign offers the convenience of an SSO authentication mechanism, allowing Salesforce or another third-party to act as an Identity Provider (IDP) to verify user credentials and grant access to various connected applications.

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How to Guide



Click the SSO Authenticate button and complete the fields in the SSO Auth screen.

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Learn more about SSO Configuration.

  1. Create a new Sign project using a Word template.
  2. Alternatively, create a PDF project.
  3. Click the SSO radio button and click the Configure button. The SSO Settings screen opens.
Document access
Document access
  1. Use the drop-down list to select an email field and click the Apply button.
SSO Settings screen
SSO Settings screen
  1. Make sure that you configure the signer. Only the user whose email has been configured for the document will be able to sign while they are signed in to the SSO partner.

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