Are you often frustrated by the functional downfalls of your current password manager? Read on to learn why TeamPassword is the most comprehensive and easy to use password manager in the game.
A lot of people find TeamPassword because they’re looking for an alternative to LastPass or DashLane. Curiously, that’s how our company was started in the first place.
My colleagues and I needed a password manager that was specifically for teams. When we first started back in 2013, there weren't many options for team-oriented password managers, so having a shared solution was somewhat novel. 1password was only for individuals, and LastPass had a clunky enterprise product. So, we built a product that allowed companies to share passwords the way we as a product team were doing it internally, but with more security and convenience.
There were four driving criteria here:
- We wanted to organize internal teams based on the access each employee needed, clearly see who had access to what, and easily grant or revoke that access as needed. TeamPassword is especially useful for agencies managing client accounts, digital marketers juggling all their apps, and small to medium-sized businesses looking to improve departmental efficiency and streamline collaboration with contractors.
“As a user of both TeamPassword and LastPass, I really appreciate the ease with which TeamPassword allows me to control who can access certain systems and who can’t. As a SaaS provider, we use a lot of other SaaS applications to provide great experiences for our customers. TeamPassword gives us the comfort to share access to those applications within our org, knowing we can easily remove users when needed.” – Tom H., VP Engineering, Network For Good
- We needed the ability to be logged into many teams at once. If you manage two different company accounts in LastPass you’ll always have to log out and back in to your other account if you need something over there. In TeamPassword, you can be logged into one account and have access to many teams. This feature is especially relevant if you’re an agency with a lot of different client accounts.
- We didn’t want to autofill credentials because we manage several different logins for the same sites and the autofill features integral to other password managers inevitably cause mixups. Most of our users are managing multiple logins for each service. So rather than auto-filling your credentials every time you navigate to Twitter, we simply organize all your Twitter logins at the top of the browser extension list so that you can easily select which account you want to use. This eliminates the hassle of having to delete auto-filled usernames and passwords when the software guesses the wrong login.
- We needed it to be tip-top secure yet simple enough for our non-programmer coworkers to use. Other password managers can be intimidating and time-consuming to set up, especially for the “non-techy” people out there. We’ve tried to make TeamPassword’s setup as intuitive and simple as possible — the average user should be up and running in 30 minutes or less! “Easy to onboard new clients and new vendors/contractors, gives us a reliable/credible/secure platform we can assure our clients is safe. ” – Melissa D., Founder & CEO, Grapevine Marketing
TeamPassword is equipped with all the features you need to keep tasks, colleagues, and clients organized and easily accessible as you seamlessly transition between tasks, removing password roadblocks in just one click.
We’re constantly engaging customers for feedback in order to build new features that address their specific needs and positively impact workflow and — while keeping TeamPassword uncomplicated and relevant to all types of businesses.
If you and your team are still wasting valuable time waiting to get access to that app or website you need to complete your task, then you need to try out our free 14-day trial of TeamPassword. Watch this intro video to learn how to get started today.