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B2B Business Basics

The Business
The Serious Business
The Enterprise Business
Price
$0 / month
$99 / month
$749 / month
Included active tenants
10
100
1,000
Additional active tenants
$5 / tenant
$2 / tenant
$2 / tenant
Included active users per tenant
5
1,000
10,000
Additional active users per tenant
$0.05 / user
$0.02 / user
$0.02 / user
Multi-tenant architecture
SSO
Social logins
Cross-tenant admin
Machine-to-machine auth
Hosted admin portals (coming soon)

Security Features

Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
Role-based access control (RBAC)
Password breach detection
Rotatable signing keys
Just-in-time (JIT) provisioning
Fine-grained API authorization

Deep Customization

App-level branding
Custom idP role-mapping
Prebuilt hosted workflow pages
Remove Wristband watermarks
Tenant white-labeling
Custom domains
Customizable workflow policies
Customizable session length

Support and compliance

Support
Email support
24-hour support (SLA)
Dedicated support
Audit logs (coming soon)
None
3-day retention
14-day retention
SOC2 report (coming soon)
SCIM support (coming soon)
Migration support

Frequently asked questions

What is a tenant?

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A tenant is a grouping of users who have access to a common set of data, configurations, and security settings. Each tenant has its own unique set of data, configurations, and security settings, which are isolated from other tenants, but they share the underlying infrastructure and resources, such as the database and server. Typically for B2B applications, tenants are associated to organizations or companies using your application. In Wristband, multiple tenants can live under a single application, and multiple users can live under a single tenant.

What is a Monthly Active Tenant (MAT)?

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A tenant is considered active when there is at least one active user within that tenant in a given month.

What is a Monthly Active User (MAU)?

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A user is considered active when they authenticate or perform a token refresh with Wristband at least once in a given month.

How are MAU overages calculated?

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MAU overages are calculated on a per-tenant basis. For example, let's say you were on the Serious Business Plan where 1,000 users per tenant are included. Imagine there were two tenants: Tenant A and Tenant B. If Tenant A had 600 MAU's and Tenant B also had 600 MAU's, then the total of 1,200 MAU's does not count as going over the per-tenant limit. However, if Tenant A had 1,500 MAU's, then an overage is calculated for the 500 users who went past Tenant A's 1,000 user-per-tenant limit.

How are tenants isolated from each other?

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Tenants are logically isolated from each other. They exist in the same database instance, but data is isolated from each other using a tenant identifier discriminator column. In addition, each tenant has their own subdomain under the application's domain, and authenticated sessions are scoped to the tenant domain.

Does Wristband support B2C applications as well?

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Yes! In Wristband's model, B2C seamlessly fits within the broader B2B framework. Our platform empowers the creation of straightforward consumer applications as well. You can configure an application as single-tenant, where all users belong to a shared default tenant. In this mode, subdomains are unnecessary, and interactions with Wristband don't require tenant discovery or tenant identifiers.

Who enforces authorization (RBAC) decisions?

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Wristband manages the association between users, roles, and permissions, but the actual authorization decision is handled by your application. Wristband is responsible for providing the roles and permissions of the authenticated user to your application, but your application is responsible for using those roles and permissions to enforce authorization.

Do you provide custom components that we can embed?

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Not exactly. We prioritized our hosted Onboard UI pages for our out-of-the-box offering. We also allow you to host your own UI by configuring "Custom Page URLs" that lets you take control of our workflows through API calls. As a result, we don't currently support an embedded widget, though it is possible we may add some widgets in the future.

Are there SDKs provided for integrating with Wristband's APIs?

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Yes! You can checkout our Express SDK on GitHub. We are working on more SDK's for your development. We'll provide updates to our documentation as they get released.

How can we migrate data from our system into Wristband?

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For now, we work with our customers on a case-by-case basis, especially for those with a larger volume of data. If the data set is small enough, you can migrate data into Wristband by leveraging our APIs. For larger volumes of data, we typically create a script to help import your data. In the future, we aim to support a bulk user import and export APIs.

What if I want to migrate my data out of Wristband?

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If something isn't working for you, we'll go above and beyond to make your experience with us better. That said, we understand that sometimes you may have different needs. In that event, you can use this export script to export your data as a CSV. If you have more complex needs, reach out to support and we will get you sorted.