The email templates in Passport can be customized allowing you to have your visual brand consistent across all customer touch points. In the video below we show you how to set up the email templates to be ready to use Passport’s integrated email features.
This past Thursday Inversoft CTO Daniel DeGroff was a featured guest at a gathering of a progressive group of software security and development experts in Denver. The focus of the night was to discuss the intersection of software engineering and security and share current perspectives on the challenges, strategies and solutions in the industry today. Daniel’s unique experience gained while developing the Passport CIAM and CleanSpeak profanity filter provided participants with a solution provider’s view of the user access and monitoring challenges they face.
The Passport Setup Wizard is designed to make setting up Passport a simple process so you can get back to working on the core features of your application. The step-by-step process only takes a few minutes to prepare Passport to integrate with your application. The basic steps are:
- Creating the initial admin user
- Creating an application
- Creating an API key
- Configuring the SMTP server
Once these are complete, you are able to call the API and start managing users.
Inversoft is pleased to share the following guest blog from Jaime Morocco, “Why Community is Essential in the B2B SaaS World.” Jaime shares insights on how a community builds value for brands and their customers and also offers some questions to consider before building a community for your brand’s following. This post originally appeared on the Bluenose blog and is reprinted here with permission.
In an age where we have the ability to be more connected to each other than ever, it can also often seem that we are missing the human part of connection. No matter how advanced technology becomes, or how dependent on technology we are, we will never lose our need for human-to-human interaction.
We are living in the age of the empowered consumer. This is an age where a consumer will almost always ask for advice from peers before making a purchasing decision, and an age where a dissatisfied customer will let the world know their state of unhappiness over any and all social media platforms. We value our peers, their opinions, their approval, and ultimately, we seek a feeling of connection to things/topics that we consider to be of high importance.