Dealpath First CRE Tech To Be Listed On Microsoft Azure Marketplace
San Francisco-based Dealpath, a commercial real estate deal management platform, on Monday launched a single sign-on functionality and integration manager to its platform to improve the user experience. It also will be the first commercial real estate tech platform to be listed on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
The new SSO and integration manager are designed to increase productivity and data security for enterprise-level investment firms, according to the company. The SSO allows users to sign into the Dealpath app with their company credentials, and the integration manager provides users with a centralized dashboard for their integrated applications. The new feature will streamline the user experience and provide additional control for IT teams.
Firms using SSO have complete control over which employees are granted access, when and for how long. To enable SSO, Dealpath securely connects to Microsoft Azure. After the IT team establishes the connection, users authenticate it with a single click. When employees leave or change roles, their access can be immediately revoked.
Dealpath’s new integration manager provides a dashboard that will grant users additional control over Dealpath’s integrations with Google Maps, Google Street View, Google Images, Esri, Box, Dropbox and Excel. Additional integrations are planned for the future.
CORRECTION, DEC. 11, 9:55 A.M. PT: A previous version of this story was not clear that Dealpath is the first commercial real estate tech platform listed on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The story has been updated.