Onboard Your Customers
With Grean you invite your customers, partners, and suppliers to use your apps. They will use Grean to control who should get access to your apps and to what extent.
Or use the Grean API to automate the entire onboarding process as your business customers show up on your doorstep.
Self-service User Admin
Once onboarded, your B2B customers will onboard their employees and manage their permissions to access your applications.
Grean provides a self-service web application for you and your customers to onboard and manage organizations and their users.
Integrate with Your Applications
If you use a service like Auth0 for authentication you grant us access to your Auth0 tenant, and we'll take care of the rest.
The Grean service may also be integrated directly into your application authentication flow. Or if you use Microsoft Azure AD, Grean will keep it in sync with user permissions.
Set up your login flow
Set up your subscription with Auth0 and register your apps. Test it out and see how user identity flows right into your applications. Sign in with social logins, corporate accounts, or whatever you desire.
Set up Grean
Once you sign up for Grean, you will authorize Grean to work with your Auth0 subscription to read data - applications and users - and write rules.
For each application, you set up all the roles/permissions that you use for access control in your code.
Invite customers and partners
You are now open for business. From Grean, you may invite partners, customers, and others to use your chosen applications with the relevant role subsets.
Partners then invite their employees and users the same way.
Invite your business partners
You have everything up, and you're open for business. As the owner and provider of applications, you invite partners, customers, and others to use your applications with the eligible roles you choose.
Self service on-boarding and user management
Through the Grean UI - possibly iframed into your web application - partners and customers invite and manage their users. Users are always managed as part of one or more organizations.
Users sign in to access apps and APIs
Users sign into mobile apps, web applications, and access your APIs. Their login information - their tokens - carry a collection of user information including their exact permissions as assigned by their organization.
The value of your applications grow as customers gain confidence in their ability to manage their own users and the permissions they are granted.