The Single Sign-On module allows one to have a software single sign-on. This module manages users through APIs, modifies permissions, activates accounts and resets passwords - generally creating an environment of authenticity and security for companies and entities that choose to implement this module. A Single Sign-On allows the platform to extend authentications, even towards external authentications while also monitoring and managing user activities. The Single Sign-On module allows one to have a software single sign-on. This module manages users through APIs, modifies permissions, activates accounts and resets passwords - generally creating an environment of authenticity and security for companies and entities that choose to implement this module. A Single Sign-On allows the platform to extend authentications, even towards external authentications while also monitoring and managing user activities.

The idea is that external providers can be integrated and go through a single authentication server, which is a great advantage for platforms with multiple products, as well as our Rootnet page. This shows that companies can obtain better control of each user and their respective accounts by implementing this service.