What is Single Sign-On (SSO)?
Single sign-on (SSO) allows a user to sign on with one set of credentials and gain access to multiple applications and services. SSO increases security and provides a better user experience for customers, employees and partners by reducing the number of required accounts/passwords and providing simpler access to all the apps and services they need.
Is SSO right for your organization?
There are two criteria for using SSO with Foodee:
Your organization already has an identity provider in use that can be configured to provide authentication for Foodee.
Your organization is already subscribed to Foodee Plus.
If you satisfy the above criteria, you can self-setup SSO with Foodee.
Currently, we directly support the following IdPs:
If you are using another IdP that is not on this list, you may be able to set up a custom SAML application to work with Foodee. Please contact your account manager for more information.
SSO Setup Guide for Foodee:
Coordinate with your Account Manager to choose a ‘go-live’ date
Try to choose a date at the end of a week, where orders have been placed but no new orders have been published, to minimize potential complications.
You will need an administrator account for Foodee and an IdP administrator account to successfully setup SSO with Foodee
If necessary, coordinate with your IdP administrator for the ‘go-live’ date
Setup SSO prior to ‘go-live’ using our documentation (see ‘Setup Documentation’ below)
Approve a test user to access Foodee within your IdP
Navigate to team URL and verify that SSO login button is present
Verify that SSO login works with your test user
Rollout to rest of team at ‘go-live’ date
Setup Documentation - Please email us email@example.com, open a chat or give us a call to have the documentation sent to you!