So you want to get a password manager for your company, but your boss—or their boss—is hesitant. Here’s everything you need to know to get the buy-in necessary to implement Dashlane in your company
The first thing to do is show that poor password habits can put company data at risk, especially with more people working from home than ever before. Consider these proof points:
Key decision makers may have some hesitations about implementing a password manager like Dashlane—whether about cost, time, or adoption. Here are some thought starters for answering common concerns:
Address stakeholder concerns by focusing on the tangible benefits of getting your employees to use a password manager like Dashlane.
Want more info on the benefits of password managers? Check out our latest e-book.
Stakeholders don’t just have to take your word for it. Learn what other customers have to say about how Dashlane has helped them secure their businesses. For example, see how KHM Travel was able to solve their unsecure password sharing problem. Learn more.
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You’re halfway there. Next up? Showing the steps you’ll take after you purchase a Dashlane plan:
If you’re currently using single sign-on, a password manager is even easier to integrate into your existing IT security systems. Read more.
Dashlane offers a free 14-day trial for up to 500 employees. Get your stakeholders on Dashlane so they can test it out and provide feedback.
During the trial period, as employees create accounts and start saving logins, you can start measuring company password health.
From there, you can identify employees with bad password habits and take action.
At the end of your trial, you can see how you’ve improved password security over time in your reporting dashboard. Dashlane is the only password manager with historical reporting of this kind.
Read our full guide on building a case for a password manager to find out more about setting your company up with total password protection—and zero business disruption.