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What is Single Sign-On (SSO)?

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Single Sign-On (SSO) is a user authentication process that gives users the ability to access multiple software applications using a single set of login credentials (i.e., an email address and password). If your company chooses to integrate an SSO solution with Procore, your end users will sign into a central identify provider in order to access the Procore web application. 

Currently, Procore supports Single Sign-On (SSO) with Microsoft Azure AD and Okta. There is also support for both iDP-initiated or SP-initiated SSO (see What is the difference between Procore-initiated and iDP-initiated SSO?). To learn how to deploy one of these solutions in your company's environment, see the articles below:

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