Hi there —
A lot of people ask me why we built TeamsID.
It’s a fair question. There are plenty of options out there for password management. But the problem was that none of the options were right for me.
My business was using SplashID and Google Docs to keep up with managing passwords and other sensitive records we wanted to share, and we were struggling. Consumer password managers like SplashID work great for individuals, but they are not designed for collaboration. With over 20 employees in different locations trying to manage hundreds of business logins and other records, we often found ourselves asking each other for passwords or server settings or account numbers over Skype calls, email, and IM.
It was a productivity drain, it was frustrating, and it wasn’t secure.
We got similar feedback from many of our individual customers who were using a password manager for both personal and business logins. So I looked for a better solution.
Unfortunately, what I found was that the enterprise password management and single sign on (SSO) solutions on the market were way more than our business needed.
Packed with features that I’d never use, the enterprise password managers and SSO systems I tried were all cluttered and overwhelming. They were also hard to deploy in many cases, especially if you wanted to self host on premises. And they could get expensive.
So a few years ago we started building teams-oriented versions of SplashID, and we got great feedback from hundreds of early adopter customers. We’ve used that feedback to create TeamsID, a brand new password manager designed from the start for today’s businesses and organizations where lots of people work in different locations, often from home.
It’s easy and efficient. TeamsID is a simple tool for growing businesses that helps your team manage and share usernames, passwords and other records. The right people get access to the right records, period. We built it with a minimal feature set that anyone can use, and we left out everything else.
It’s a great value at just $3/user/month if you’re paying annually.
And we back it all up with amazing personal service for each of our clients.
What TeamsID doesn’t have is clutter. Or complexity. No extra features to confuse and overwhelm you.
TeamsID is the product that I wish existed back when I was looking for the perfect business password manager. And I’m proud that our over 100 launch customers agree.
Whether you’re ready to move on from a consumer password manager or using spreadsheets, or you’re fed up with complicated SSO software, I hope you’ll give TeamsID a try. It’s absolutely free for a month for unlimited users with all features enabled. I’m confident that you’ll love it.
And if you don’t find that TeamsID is the best way for your business to handle passwords — if it doesn’t make your team more productive and make you feel more secure — then you won’t pay a penny.
Give it a shot, and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know what you think.
Morgan, CEO TeamsID