Build faster and better with streamlined user management
User management doesn’t have to be a pain, for your customers or for your team. Stytch handles all of the complexity with user management, so that your team can build faster and get back to your product ASAP.
Scale with ease
A few inefficiencies in your user management system won’t necessarily hold you back when your company is small, but as you grow, each extra developer minute or password reset support ticket will start to pinch precious resources and customer patience. For growth-minded companies looking to scale, they need a CIAM partner that simplifies their developer workload and streamlines user and session management, all while keeping your customers and data secure.
Take the headache out of user management
Stytch streamlines user management by abstracting complexity and providing developer guardrails that help protect against fraud and account takeover. Some of those guardrails include:
Stytch automatically deduplicates any user that accidentally attempts to log in with different authentication methods – so if a user who created an account with a password tries to log in the next time with Google, we automatically and safely merge those accounts.
Account hijack prevention
Many hackers will try to hijack a legitimate user’s account by creating many accounts with fake passwords and the known email addresses of their victims in order to squat on these accounts and take advantage of apps that don’t practice safe account de-duplication. When Stytch deduplicates accounts, we force a password reset and invalidate any other login methods to make sure only the true owner of the user’s email can get into the account.
User update protections
User information updates such as new phone numbers and email addresses can sometimes accidentally expose an account takeover vulnerability. At Stytch, we’ve put in guardrails to make sure this doesn’t happen, keeping your developers and users secure.
Your auth partner for the long-haul
Our platform helps you build secure onboarding and authentication experiences that retain and engage your users. We build the infrastructure, so you can focus on your product.
With Stytch, you get full protection across the entire authentication and authorization process, as well as a suite of fraud & risk tools.
A unified platform
In addition to offering a developer-first user management platform, Stytch also provides a full suite of passwordless options and other features like session management, breach-resistant Passwords, full-coverage multi-factor authentication, and bot & fraud protection.
We prioritize customer support and lightning-fast integration, so your team can get auth up and running ASAP and get back to building your product.
We build all of our products developer-first, so you can get up and running in hours and minutes, not months. This includes:
Flexible SDKs to suit your brand
Take ownership of your auth experience and create fast, safe, and easy authentication flows by choosing our direct API integration. Whether you want to build MFA with Email Magic Links or WebAuthn, or step-up auth for more sensitive transactions, we make it easy to tailor your auth flow to the needs of your product.
Straightforward, user-friendly documentation
Get clear, searchable, encyclopedic documentation for quick and painless integrations. Everything you need to get up and running, all in one place.
How easy does Stytch make it to migrate, or even update users?
With our API and SDKs, migrating users is a simple and quick process.
If I want to migrate user management to Stytch, will my users have to reset their passwords?
Nope! We make the migration painless for you and your users.
I’m a consumer-facing company primarily, but we’re starting to open a few B2B offerings. Should I be looking at user management or something else?
Stytch offers organization management and user management, so you’ll be able to establish the proper user management flows for both your consumers and business customers.
Can I attach metadata or roles to users?
Yes! You can store both trusted and untrusted metadata on users.