Microsoft Azure AD Usage Integration

Created by Shubham Saxena, Modified on Thu, 11 Jul at 1:14 AM by Abinaya Ramakrishnan


Spendflo integrates with Microsoft Azure AD to sync the list of apps and their users. You also get the usage details of your entire SaaS stack with this integration.


1. To begin the installation, you must be a Microsoft Azure administrator. If you have someone in your organization who can create Azure connections, they are likely an administrator.

2. For Spendflo to pull sign-in info from Azure AD, it requires you to have a premium one licence (P1). Without this license, Spendflo cannot retrieve the SaaS applications connected to your Azure Active Directory information.

3. The user who connects Azure AD to Spendflo should have a P1 license. That should cost around $6/month

Go to the Azure portal

1. Open your Microsoft Azure portal and log in as an administrator

2. Go to the Active Directory option

3. In the Overview tab you’ll see the Tenant ID, copy and save it somewhere; we’ll need this in the further steps.

Open Spendflo App

Head to the Spendflo App > Integrations> Available Apps and click on the + Connect button under Microsoft Azure AD integration.

Provide permissions

Read the permissions that Spendflo needs for this integration and click continue.

Fill the Tenant ID

In this step paste the Tenant ID that we copied from the Azure portal in the initial steps, click continue.

Open Azure authorization window

Once the Tenant ID is pasted, you'll be asked to authorize your access in the Azure active directory; click open window to proceed with the authorization.

Authorize the app on Azure

You’ll be redirected to the Azure portal, login as an admin and provide permissions requested by the Spendflo app.

The setup is done

Once the permissions are accepted, you’ll see a Setup confirmation promt on your screen; click Finish Setup; your integration is successful. The data will start flowing into the insights page within the next 24 hours.

Removing the Microsoft Integration

If you want to remove the Microsoft Azure AD integration, then

1. Head to the integration page in Spendflo and select the "Connect" tab

2. Click on the delete icon and then click on "Remove" in the confirmation box

3. The integration is successfully deleted

Removing the integration will stop any new data flows. However, you will continue to see the old data. If you want to completely wipe your data, then please drop an email to ""

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