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Modern Identity & User Management

Companies use Passport to solve and modernize Identity and User Management

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91% of IT managers see identity management as critical to achieving key business initiatives.
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Reduce time to market

Passport delivers authentication, authorization and user management that results in faster development, increased speed to market and the ability to serve users more effectively.

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Free up developer resources

Allow engineering teams to focus on revenue-driven projects that deliver value to the end user rather than building and maintaining a complex identity management infrastructure.

Secure user data

Utilize multi-factor authentication, password hashing functions and restricted API keys to ensure your customer data is always protected.

Unify access with SSO

Deliver simple and secure access to all web and mobile applications to boost retention, while managing user identities and credentials in a single location.

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Capture real-time analytics

Correlate real-time customer insights and understand user behavior across your entire enterprise through customizable reports.

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Maintain one set of permissions

Passport makes it easy to lock and manage user accounts and permissions across every point of access.

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Modern API Solutions

Passport offers REST APIs, as well as open-source SDKs, integrations and comprehensive documentation.

Why should you care?

Managing identities, protecting user data and ensuring a seamless user experience is a complex task - especially as a business scales. There are endless potential pitfalls when it comes to authentication and security. You may think you don’t need a vendor to handle these services, however building and maintaining identity management is a time consuming, costly venture that ultimately distracts teams from the core product.

Authentication Made Easy

Passport gives you a complete user backend for your application in a fraction of the time. Client libraries help to reduce the amount of code developers must write, allowing you to integrate with Passport fast.

// Authenticate a User
  'applicationId': '00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000002a',
   'email': '',
   'password', 'secret'
}).then((clientResponse) => {
  var user = clientResponse.successResponse.user;
  // ...

// Retrieve User by Email Address client.retrieveUserByEmail('').then((clientResponse) => { var user = clientResponse.successResponse.user; // ... });
/* Authenticate a User */
UUID applicationId = UUID.fromString("00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000002a");
LoginRequest request = new LoginRequest(applicationId, "", null, "secret");
ClientResponse<UserResponse, Errors> response = client.login(request, null);
User user = response.successResponse.user;

/* Retrieve User by Email Address */ ClientResponse<UserResponse, Errors> response = client.retrieveUserByEmail(""); User user = response.successResponse.user;
/* Authenticate a User */
$response = client->login(
  ["applicationId" => "00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000002a", "email" => "", "password" => "secret"]
$user = $response->successResponse->user;

/* Retrieve User by Email Address */ $response = client->retrieveUserByEmail(""); $user = $response->successResponse->user;
# Authentication
response = client.login({
  'applicationId': '00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000002a',
   'email': '',
   'password', 'secret'
user = response.success_response.user

# Retrieve User by Email Address response = client.retrieve_user_by_email('') user = response.success_response.user
/* Authenticate a User */
Guid applicationId = new Guid("00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000002a");
LoginRequest request = new LoginRequest(applicationId, "", null, "secret");
ClientResponse<LoginResponse, Errors> response = client.Login(request, null);
User user = response.successResponse.user;

/* Retrieve User by Email Address */ ClientResponse<UserResponse, Errors> response = client.RetrieveUserByEmail(""); User user = response.successResponse.user;

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