Leverage your already existing identity management infrastructure (e.g. Azure, GSuite and Active Directory) so users can authenticate themselves using their organisation’s credentials and have one fewer password to remember.
There are multiple reasons why not all users of an organization should have access to all platform features all the time. For example, plant managers may only see the map with the current locations of the assets but nothing about the locations of the assets in the past.
This is easy to solve with the custom fine-grained user profiles.
If you want to give different users access to a different subset of trackers but still want to centrally manage the whole tracker fleet, tagging your assets with visibility filters can do the job.
It is possible to always give the same users access to the same subset of trackers, or you can make it change dynamic and automated.
Use the user-friendly wizard and tagging system to give diverse access rights to your customers, suppliers, company departments or other third parties. By only temporarily giving access to a subset of trackers or a subset of platform features value is created for a wide variety of professionals who have different demands.
Manufacturing companies often collaborate with different transport companies for deliveries to their customers. But the transport companies may only see the current location of the trailers assigned to them.
The logistics company sees every package sent to its customer but wants customers only to see the packages that are shipped to them and not to the other customers.
In many larger organizations, the Sensolus platform is used by multiple departments. Each department can only access the assets that are relevant to them.