While millions of people have been using Trello over the past few months, we’ve been quietly rolling out a tier specifically for our enterprise users. Today, we’re excited to officially launch Trello Enterprise with the addition of new features, including single sign-on (SSO) and priority support.
Today’s update gives large teams the company wide collaboration they love, while giving administrators the tools they need to keep data secure. When Trello launched business people of all types including marketers, salespeople, receptionists, developers, founders, architects, lawyers, and many more professionals began using Trello to power their work and lives. The varied uses of the product are limited only by our users’ imaginations, and boy are we amazed at all the ways people use Trello.
Trello now has features to support teams with hundreds of people who require larger scale user management, access control, and security support. With Trello Enterprise, it’s much easier for large companies with legal departments, contract reviews, and IT checklists to use Trello formally and spread it throughout their teams.
- With Single Sign On (SSO), Trello Enterprise customers can integrate with their Identity Management Provider to add users in a faster, more secure manner.
- Trello Enterprise also addresses the security concerns of larger teams with two factor authentication and file encryption at rest, which gives companies peace of mind when it comes to data security.
- A Priority Support Team means companies get the attention they need to make Trello an integral part of their workflow.
But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what a current Trello Enterprise customer has to say:
"Trello is an absolutely critical component in enabling RiskIQ to deliver world class customer success. We use Trello everyday across our entire organization.
It is helping organize and track components of product management, go to market strategy, executive initiatives, customer success plans, and much more. In short, I'm a Trello true believer,"
- Eric Foster, Head of Customer Success, RiskIQ.
So who’s already riding the Trello Enterprise train? Here is a list of amazing companies using Trello to accomplish their business goals:
- Condé Nast
- UC Davis
- ...and many more.
For a full list of features, please visit our Trello.com/Enterprise. If you’re a team with 100 users or more and you’re interested in Trello Enterprise, please contact us at email@example.com
|ℹ️ Update: As of July 16, 2020, SAML single sign-on and centralized user management are now available through Atlassian Access.
Atlassian Access is a separate subscription that your company can enable across all your Atlassian products and starts at $3/month/user. For more information, please visit: www.atlassian.com/software/access