How Yenza is expanding to more schools with Snapplify
Yenza is a career pathing and employability app that helps learners gain career clarity, develop skills, and unlock opportunities.
Yenza is committed to supporting learners at every stage of their career journey and enabling schools to deliver high-impact career pathing and employability services. Getting access to the market and reaching schools at scale was challenging.
They also wanted the option for schools to be onboarded quickly and efficiently, as well as support with setting up and managing their users.
Yenza needed a simple and safe way to onboard schools.
It just works, plain and simple. There is a tremendous amount of complexity and to have the logging in sorted is a great help for us in dealing with schools.
Jared Molko, Yenza Co-founder and CEO
With Snapplify, masses of students can access Yenza
Access, Snapplify’s single sign-on authentication technology, makes it easy for students to log in to Yenza’s platform with their existing Snapplify accounts. Onboarding is efficient and passwords are managed in one place, saving schools time and effort.
Since hundreds of thousands of users can now access Yenza’s products, growing their customer base has been easier. By integrating with Snapplify, Yenza is able to offer its customers a secure product and a frictionless experience.
What has been your experience working with the Snapplify team?
The team were super-fast and very capable. The authentication integration happened very smoothly. You can see Snapplify are a real education technology company.
What do you like about the Snapplify Access integration?
It just works, plain and simple. There is a tremendous amount of complexity behind it, and to have the pain of logging in sorted out like that is a great help for us in dealing with schools.
What can you do now that was more difficult before this integration?
One of the biggest pain points with online solutions in schools is getting learners to log in successfully. This can derail any session you have in mind, so having that taken care of makes our lives – and more importantly, the lives of teachers – much easier.