Multiple Ways to Authenticate for a More Adjustable Customer Experience

Not every customer is the same and neither are the messages and documents that you send them – multiple methods of authentication enables custom message-by-message security options.

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Authentication Options

Echoworx offers seven different ways to authenticate users, allowing organizations to choose which method works best for their unique needs. Authentication options include support for full OAuth access (Office 365, Gmail, Hotmail, Facebook, LinkedIn and Salesforce), Self-Registration, Shared Secret Passphrase, SSO, System Generated Verification Codes, Biometrics and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).

With Echoworx, authentication can easily be set based on policy, sender or recipient – ensuring message content stays secure without impacting user experience.

  • Offers a better customer and employee experience
  • Increases productivity and accessibility
  • Automates password provisioning and management
  • Reduces risks during times of high churn
  • Prevents breaches and compliance violations

New Streamlined Ways of Authenticating People Quickly Proving Their Value

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to authenticating an individual’s identity.

Today, the user is driving what authentication solutions should look like. New digital variants help make authentication a relatively frictionless experience – with little to no impact on user experience.


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Security Assurance & Certification Programs

  • FSQS Registered
  • Microsoft Trusted Root Program
  • Apple Certificate Program
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Ease of use

“Echoworx continues to make improvements to the usability of their platform, and it has come to a point where we now rarely deal with any support requests because it is so much easier for the user to just follow a set of basic instructions, click on a link, and start the password reset process by themselves."

— Senior Vice President of Engineering in the Finance Industry