heylogin vs Dashlane
When it comes to your company passwords, security is important. The following comparison between the leading password managers shows you which password manager best suits your company.
The 3 most important factors that distinguish heylogin from Dashlane:
Which password manager suits your company best?
- Provides audited security made in Germany
- The clear and simple structure offers an appealing login experience
- No employee knows a password or has to remember it
- Every login is a swipe
- Access can be provided or revoked with one click
- Password manager that provides VPN
- Automatically exchanges passwords with just one click
- Each employee only knows his or her master password
- Darkweb monitoring function
- Password security check (5 logins)
The key differences: smart comparison
The Login Experience - valuable daily time savings
If you and your employees want to save not only nerves but relevant time every day with every login experience, then heylogin will bring you to around
30 working hours per employee per year.
Sharing logins - Save additional fixed costs.
Save even more by allowing your company to share high fixed costs of access to software licences and web portals within the team. Instead of maintaining Excel spreadsheets, you can simply share logins with your team via drag & drop and manage them together. heylogin automatically synchronises password changes between all employees.
Add employees - quick and easy onboarding.
With heylogin, you can give new employees access to relevant logins with just a few clicks. Not only are your employees immediately ready for action, but you also save valuable time! Relieve your IT administration and replace printed passwords with heylogin.
Loved by teams from all industries
What users say
Finally a password manager with brains and really working features and security. Just the fact that the PayPal login with 2FA code works perfectly shows that you really put some thought into it and have decent devs.
Absolutely fantastic! I can log in anywhere easily and securely using strong and unique passwords. I used Bitwarden before and the migration was easy.
I have used other password managers for years, which only store the database locally. But heylogin is convincing: Simple, fast and secure password management - on secure German servers according to GDPR. And if you are still not convinced and have questions about heylogin, you can rely on the great and competent support.