If we don't have a one-click integration with your HRIS, often times you can still automate your user management using SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol). Rather than you having to update your employee data manually, you can set up a recurring data dump of your employee information that Lattice reconcile with your current user information. For example, if there is someone in the data dump that doesn't yet exist in Lattice, Lattice will invite them. If their information has changed, Lattice will update their information accordingly. Finally, if someone has been terminated, Lattice will de-activate their account. 

Using SFTP is very similar to uploading your employee information via CSV except it happens on an automated schedule.  Many HRIS solutions can be configured to automatically generate a CSV of your employee data and send it to our SFTP server. If you don't know if your HRIS has this capability, please reach out to your HRIS account manager. They often can set this up on their backend. Otherwise, our integrations team can work with your engineers to create a custom setup.

This feature is limited to enterprise accounts only. If you want to set up an SFTP integration, reach out to your CSM to receive our SFTP credentials and put Lattice in touch with a technical contact at your company. Your CSM will then work with your technical contact to provision you an account on our SFTP server and give them instructions of how to set up the integration.

After the first file is transferred, a technical contact at your company will need to reach out to us and let us know so that we can ensure that the file is in the correct format (the CSV should be UTF-8 encoded). Once this is done, the SFTP is set up and the integration will be active. From then on, the process will be completely automated and your company controls how often you send us the file to auto-upload. 

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