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Configure single sign-on (SSO)

Single Sign-On (SSO) is available for enterprise customers to access the app through a single authentication source.

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Written by Verena Kuhn
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⭐️ This is an Enterprise feature. Find out more about Pitch plans and pricing. ⭐️

Set up SSO for your team

Once you’ve upgraded to the Enterprise plan, we will turn on SSO for your team. After SSO has been enabled, an admin in your Pitch workspace will need to connect your account with WorkOS (the external SSO provider we use). To get started, visit the Workspace settings page where you'll now find a field to Manage single sign-on (SSO). Click the Manage SSO button to open WorkOS in a new window and begin your setup.

Once connected, you will enter self-service configuration on WorkOS. Select your identity provider (IdP), follow the on-page instructions and once completed, SSO will be activated for your workspace. All users in your Pitch workspace will only be able to use SSO as their login method from now on.

Connect your identity provider using WorkOS

In order to complete the SSO sign-up process, a member of your IT team will need to connect your identity provider (IdP) using WorkOS. After opening the admin portal, you will be asked to select your IdP. Based on your selection, you'll see a set of instructions to complete your setup.

You can review configuration guides for Azure, Google, Okta, and other IdPs in the WorkOS guides. If you have any specific questions about WorkOS, you can contact their team at For all other questions, you can reach the Pitch support team using the in-app messenger or by emailing

Frequently asked questions

How do I purchase SSO for my team?

SSO is part of our Enterprise plan. Please get in touch with our team to discuss pricing options. You can contact them through the Contact us option on our pricing page, or email the team at

Can I use other sign-in methods after SSO has been enabled?

Once SSO is enabled, users will only be able to sign into new or existing accounts through SSO. All previous sign-in methods (e.g, email and password) will not work going forward. SSO is configured on a domain — not a workspace — level, so users will need to sign in with SSO in order to access any workspace, even ones on the Starter plan or not affiliated with your company.

What happens to our data after enabling SSO?

All data is preserved and no data is modified except for adding the SSO configuration information. Once any user logs into a newly SSO-enabled workspace, they will have the same experience as before.

How do we modify our SSO setup?

You can configure and maintain your IdP connection using the admin panel in WorkOS. You can open the admin panel by navigating to your Workspace settings in Pitch and clicking on Manage SSO.

What if we want to disconnect SSO?

If you're interested in disconnecting SSO for your workspace, please contact our support team through the messenger in the app, or by emailing

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