Aleyant Pressero™ Release Updates Available Today: Single Sign-On, SAML, OAuth2 Support, New Payment Method and More

New Support for Single Sign-On Using SAML and OAuth2

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows your customer to use one set of login credentials (e.g., name and password) to access multiple applications. Pressero now has two new options for your customers to access their storefronts using SSO:

SAML – This option needs to be activated by our DevOps team and set up per site. There is a fee to use this option, so contact your sales representative for details. We are rolling this out with the following providers: Azure, Okta, OneLogin, PingOne and Salesforce. We also implemented the ability for you to use another provider that isn’t on our list using a Custom/or Generic option. This Generic option has already been used for Active Directory (ADFS).

OAuth2 – This new option is available to all Professional & Enterprise subscribers. We have implemented this option to work with Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
For more details, view our documentation in our support portal.

(Above) If you have the Professional or Enterprise packages of Pressero v6, you will see a new option in your site navigation for “Single Sign-on (SSO).

Allow Your Customer to Duplicate an Order in the Shopping Cart

There are times that a customer ordering through a Pressero storefront needs to place multiple items in the shopping cart that are very similar. Possibly they use an eDocBuilder template and only one field on the template needs to change from item to item. With this new feature, they can now add the first item to the shopping cart, and then duplicate the item and use the edit option to change whatever needs to be changed for that new item. Depending on the skin you are using, you will see this new option with either a “duplicate icon” or a button that has the text “duplicate” on it. See below examples. This feature works with both eDocBuilder and non eDoc products types.


(Above) Look for the new “duplicate” option in the Pressero storefronts. Some of the skins will show the icon as shown above, or use a button text as seen in the image (below).


Now Showing the Order # that your Customer Re-ordered From

As most of you know, there is an option in the storefront for your customers to be able to view past orders in their History and re-order either the entire order, or one item in an order. With the change released today, we will now label the items with the order # that they were re-ordered from. This should make it easy for you and your team to locate the details from the original order saving you both time and money! Look for the re-order information in the customer Shopping Cart, the Confirmation Page, Order History, Admin > Edit Item, and Order Reports. We realize that many of you use the New Order Email as a job ticket so updating the Emails with this detail will be coming in the next release if not sooner.


(Above) Here we can see an Order Item that was placed from a re-order. I am able to see the order number that it was re-ordered from, and I can also see that the customer did not make any changes (did not edit), and did not upload a new file.

New Payment Method


For our new customers in Portugal, we have added euPAGO payment method to Pressero’s long list of integrated providers.

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