SAP Single
Sign-On 3.0

Enhance the user experience, strengthen cybersecurity, and streamline administration – with SAP Single Sign-On. Provide users secure access to SAP and non-SAP software with a single password while improving efficiency and IT security.

To learn more about SAP Single Sign-On or how it can benefit your organization, contact us and ask for a complimentary consultation.

About SAP Single Sign-On 3.0

SAP Single Sign-On gives users secure access to applications and business information across all systems with just one password. Also, it supports strong authentication, digital signatures, and state-of-the-art encryption.

With SAP Single Sign-On 3.0 you can:
  • Increase productivity by allowing users to log in once to gain access to all of their accounts
  • Add vital security functionality to SAP and non-SAP software landscapes
  • Ensure confidentiality through reliable, standards-based encryption during data transmission
  • Protect against cybercrime using smart cards, two-factor and risk-based authentication, digital signatures, and encryption
  • Reduce help desk costs by decreasing the number of calls made to recover passwords

SAP Single Sign-On is a component of the SAP security solution portfolio and an important element for achieving higher IT security and a noticeable productivity increase in the environment of your SAP applications.

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