Hypervault came out of a need for our agency. Managing all our client's credentials was becoming hard to handle. We had no central place where we stored all the info and were unable to share credentials between teams and clients.
Organize your data the way you want it. Create groups, clients and put your passwords into categories. Share with complete teams or a single person.
Websites, Social media, SaaS, CMS, blogs, webshops, apps and lots of other services… you probably have plenty of client data floating around somewhere.
Hypervault has build-in password templates for FTP, Website, API, Database, Email and Software license account credentials. And we're extending the list with templates regularly.
Easily share passwords and complete password groups and clients with team members and your clients. Set viewing restrictions and revoke access when needed.
Create and organize your password rights on group- or member level. Attach a group to a team member’s profile to add group permissions.
Upload csv documents from Lastpass, Excel, Dashlane, Google sheets, …
Whitelabel your password manager to remove the logo from Hypervault and add your own. Spread the number of licenses between teams & clients as you wish. Link Hypervault to your own domain.
Other password managers like Roboform, Lastpass, Dashlane and OnePassword are really focused on single users (see it as a normal household password solution).
Hypervault on the contrary has a clear use case on using, sharing and collaborating in teams (in a company environment) and / or clients of that company.
Does you or your team manage a lot of passwords for or from clients?