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SSO and What it Means
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Single Sign-On (or SSO) permits a user to use one set of login credentials -- for example, a name and password -- to access multiple applications. SSO can be used by enterprises, smaller organizations, and individuals to ease the management of various usernames and passwords.

When a guest creates an account with one of our Lunchbox Essentials restaurants, they will be able to use the same account details to log in and order with any other Lunchbox Essentials restaurant, with all information carrying over with the exception of Order History.

This process will allow the user to avoid managing passwords while increasing the security across services.

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