TeamPassword is built for and because of teams. We help teams of all shapes and sizes save time and money by eliminating the need to constantly search for passwords in order to access the daily apps and tools you need to get your job done. Local teams, international teams, old teams, new teams — get the whole company on board. From digital nomads to startups to growing agencies, TeamPassword works for teams on all levels.
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We all know a few friends who could use a little extra time in their day. Colleagues who could be more organized. Clients that could benefit from a boost in productivity. TeamPassword might be just what they need to get projects moving and start working more efficiently.
For a limited time, share TeamPassword with your contacts using your personal link and we’ll pay you $50 via PayPal for each referral who subscribes, and your friends will get a $50 credit towards their subscription. They can even start with our free 14-day trial and still receive the $50 credit once they decide to subscribe. Earning $50 has never been so easy!
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TeamPassword was first developed to solve a personal problem: an unorganized, outdated spreadsheet and too many sticky notes for any sane person to keep track of. We badly needed a better, more secure system to keep track of passwords and logins. TeamPassword was born out of necessity because we needed an alternative to Last Pass and Dash Lane. We needed a password manager that would address the specific issues we were facing: how to safely and easily share passwords between collaborative teams. As we got deeper into development we uncovered more and more functionalities that had to be addressed. The evolution of this product has taken five years and continues to grow and change in order to meet the needs of our users.
Six important features were developed based on specific requests from our users — and more are on the way!
Real clients review TeamPassword revealing the things they love — and the things they don’t— about our password management service. We read each and every review you guys send and are so grateful for them. Your reviews help reassure the grueling hours we’re investing into building this product, guide our engineers in developing new product features, and highlight areas that still need improvement. Thanks to your support and constructive criticism, TeamPassword is well on its way to becoming the best enterprise password manager in the game!
Here’s what our clients are saying about TeamPassword. (And don’t think we’re going to skim over the negative feedback because that’s where it starts to get good!)
A password manager that helps streamline the onboarding process for new employees? Yes, TeamPassword has you covered there too! Our password management software was designed to help you and your teams work more efficiently in all areas of your office life—and that includes cutting downtime during new employee training.
It’s intimidating to be the “new guy.” New hires are often overwhelmed during the first couple days at the job. They’re being bombarded with paperwork, office rules, and job responsibilities— all while trying to learn the names of their new coworkers. They want to make a good first impression and prove their worth during those critical first days. But when they’re constantly running into “login required” roadblocks it’s difficult to get up and running without feeling like a burden to their password wielding colleagues— or compromising their “best new employee” facade by bothering the boss.
TeamPassword eliminates the need for handholding of new employees. With a few clicks in our shared password manager, your new talent will have access to all the tools they need to start doing their job—and their coworkers’ smiling avatar will also help them remember names!
Simply add the employee name and email to your company’s TeamPassword account and click on the groups they will need access to.
The new employee will instantly be able to see all the relevant logins they’ll need — and hopefully have some fresh ideas about useful apps or services the team can add. With TeamPassword’s quick learning curve, even the least tech-savvy hire will easily grasp the user interface.
And if hiring a new employee means eliminating another, simply remove the outbound person’s access without worry that your company’s sensitive information is at risk. Secure password management is TeamPassword’s top priority.
TeamPassword encourages employee autonomy which leads to greater employee engagement. Engaged employees are more motivated to do their work, increasing results and driving productivity. TeamPassword gives your staff the tools they need to do their best work.
Companies use a shared password manager like TeamPassword every day for mission-critical logins: those essential tools and apps that keep the business functioning at its highest potential. But they’re also sharing logins that make the office run smoother, improve employee morale and make it easier for their teams to collaborate and spend time (and eat) together— proving that team password management isn’t just for the boring stuff anymore!
How many tabs do you currently have open in your browser? We’re guessing you also have a couple different windows open too…
Are you constantly logging in and out of sites that you manage for several different clients? Always searching through spreadsheets and emails for those logins and passwords? And how often do you veer off track during this transition time?
According to our May 2017 client survey, the average marketer is managing 147 logins – and that doesn’t even include their personal accounts! That’s 147 usernames and 147 passwords to remember. And let’s be honest, that is simply impossible.
TeamPassword makes managing these 147 accounts easy.
The TeamPassword Browser Extension makes it even easier. Secure password management without ever leaving your browser window.
Welcome to password storage that’s just one click away.
Here’s how it works:
Log in using your TeamPassword credentials.
Simply click the TeamPassword lock in the upper right corner of your browser, select the correct login name and you’re ready to roll!
Now when you’re clicking through those thirty open tabs, you’ll have immediate access to all your login info without ever interrupting your workflow. Your very own password vault built right into your favorite web browser.
Breakthrough to a new level of ease and productivity. Download the TeamPassword Browser Extension today!
Perhaps you can deduce from our name: At TeamPassword we’re all about teamwork.
The idea for our company was born out of necessity– our founders Brian, Kyle, and Charles were colleagues in the early days of OrderUp and often found themselves diverting from tasks to search lengthy spreadsheets for a secret password blocking the gates of productivity. So they custom built a secure network to safely store passwords and easily share them with the team members they collaborated with.
Since then, we have been fine-tuning our technology to meet the evolving needs of our company – and yours. We like to think we’re on the fast track to becoming the best enterprise password manager out there!
Today our easy password management software is helping over 14,000 customers work more efficiently by saving them valuable time searching (or asking colleagues) for login information to the dozens of sites and applications they need to get their job done. *On average our clients are managing 147 unique logins with TeamPassword.*
One of the very first features we developed for TeamPassword was the Groups Feature.
Most companies are broken into several departments. Let’s use Taylor Marketing Services, for example. They have a Web Development team, Marketing team, PR team, Sales team, and Finance department. They desperately needed a shared password manager because each of these departments, or “groups,” is made up of several employees who all need access to job-specific sites and apps. But not everyone in the company needs access to the payroll processor.
Taylor Marketing is a growing agency with over 35 clients. They have created a separate group for each client to keep their specific account logins in one convenient place. Taylor team members are added to the client accounts they’re working on so they always have the up-to-date information they need, and the client feels secure knowing that only the people directly involved in their project have access to their information. Taylor Marketing also hires several interns each summer– the Groups feature is perfect for companies that need to grant different levels of access.
Grouping allows an administrator to set up a “group” for staff who work on specific clients or projects. While those in the finance department are the only ones with access to the accounting systems, the sales and marketing teams get access to their clients’ logins, and everyone in the company can access the lunch ordering system, travel and expense system and fantasy football league.
The Groups feature encourages employee autonomy and streamlined collaboration while providing a secure way for the administrator to know exactly who has access to what. Team password management at it’s finest.
Grouping makes onboarding new employees simple: invite your new team member to TeamPassword and add them to the groups they will be working with so they can start contributing immediately. If someone leaves the company or gets transferred to a new department, the administrator simply removes that person from their former groups without concern for the safety of the information they had access to.
Ready to help your team produce more results? Click here to begin your free 14-day trial.
Here at TeamPassword we help over 14,000 customers worldwide securely manage their passwords and keep their businesses functioning at the highest level. This customer database provides a unique insight into the popular tools, apps, and systems that top marketers, startups, and tech giants rely on to keep their projects moving efficiently.
On average, our clients are managing 147 system logins using TeamPassword. (That’s a lot of passwords to keep track of!) The more logins you add on TeamPassword, the more time you will save and the easier it becomes to collaborate across teams.
We analyzed data from our 14,000 worldwide users to identify the top 30 marketing tools they rely on every day. Which of these tools do you use? If you’re not familiar with these tools maybe you should be!
At TeamPassword we’re dedicated to helping you be more productive; in a busy workday, we understand that every minute counts. In a May 2017 survey, we learned that our Digital Marketing customers are saving an average of 120 minutes when onboarding new employees and clients by using TeamPassword. What could you accomplish with an extra 2 hours in your schedule?
Perhaps you’d like to use a few of those extra minutes to exercise your brain? We hid the top 30 marketing tools in a word search to give you a break from the daily grind.
*Studies have found that word searches and other puzzles help improve cognition, memory, focus and expand vocabulary. When we complete a task – like finding all the words in our marketing tools puzzle – we get a satisfying surge of dopamine from the brain. Maintaining a healthy dopamine flow helps keep us motivated in other areas of our lives. So refresh yourself with a little playtime – you’ve earned it after saving all those valuable minutes by using TeamPassword!
TeamPassword allows you to store, manage and share access to the apps, services, and tools your team needs to save time and keep projects moving smoothly. Click here to start your free 14-day trial, and decide for yourself how to spend all your extra time!
Their clients include Evernote, Hootsuite and Zendesk and they launched their first product, GetSalesDone, available in the Apple App Store, which integrates with Salesforce.com.
Several companies using Brisk have found sales increases up to 200%, with an 80% increase in conversion rates. The functionality of Brisk affords customers the opportunity to use third-party Salesforce tools, which in turn allows them to gather more information and make better use of their CRM data.
Brisk + TeamPassword
Before using TeamPassword, Hampus and the rest of the Brisk team kept passwords within an algorithm as their own personal method of saving them. At that time, they had opened an office in Canada to accompany their headquarters in Sweden. When the Canadian office became confused with their password storage methods, they knew it was time for a new strategy. They began using Meldium, another password management website, but when that proposed a new set of issues, they were once again on the lookout. That’s when they stumbled across TeamPassword.
We asked Hampus what it was like to first use TeamPassword and how he feels about it now. It felt a bit awkward in the beginning. What Hampus liked about Meldium is that they could save a link, click on it, and in some cases, the passwords were already saved. At first, TeamPassword felt almost akin to filling out a spreadsheet, because he had to write in his password. But once it became second nature to him, he generally enjoyed the process.
He said it felt “a bit awkward” in the beginning. What Hampus liked about Meldium is that they could save a link, click on it, and in some cases, the passwords were already saved. At first, TeamPassword felt almost akin to filling out a spreadsheet, because he had to write in his password. But once it became second nature to him, he generally enjoyed the process.
So what would Hampus change about his TeamPassword experience?
One aspect he favors is the team sharing feature. He likes that you can split into smaller teams to share passwords with a select group of coworkers, however, he does wish it to be clearer to customers. He would also like to see ultra-secret categories – ones that only certain teammates would be privy to.
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