Stop paying for software you aren't using.
Use groove id to tidy up when a user leaves, saving time & money.
Eliminiate the risk from unused accounts.
Over 30% of accounts in SaaS apps are unused.Calculate savings
Over 30% of SaaS licenses aren't being actively used, which wastes money.
Groove.id saves money by cleaning up unused accounts.
Without Groove.id, you'd have to log in to dozens of places to get a user set up.
Groove.id gives you a single place to set up accounts across all your apps.
59% of employees retain access after termination, creating security risk.
Groove.id shuts off access immediately & completely when someone leaves.
Although most terminations are uneventful, some can be rather delicate. With Groove.id you can schedule a termination in advance, and at the appointed time Groove.id can revoke all the user's access instantly.
When people leave, it is important that nothing falls through the cracks. With Groove.id you can automatically reassign assets, such as emails, documents or calendar invites, to a manager or peer. Rest easy knowing that emails are getting delivered and documents are preserved.
Over 30% of SaaS licenses are for applications that aren't being used. Groove.id lets you see clearly which accounts are active and which are not. You can compare across a team to look for over-provisioned accounts. And when you find accounts that aren't needed, disabling them is as simple as flipping a light switch. Make a mistake? Just flip the switch back on.
When an employee leaves and retains access to corporate assets, that creates risk. Indeed, 59% of employees “borrow” data when they leave. Groove.id gives you confidence that your terminated employees have no access to corporate data once they've left. Even in non-confrontational settings, terminated employees may represent a security risk if their personal devices later become compromised.
Simplify troubleshooting and collaboration
With the proper permission, Groove.id allows you to sign in to SaaS apps as someone else. This can make it easier to hand off whatever a former employee was working on.