SwiftK12 currently requires the use of standard, non-encrypted usernames like bob.smith or bsmith in order to access the system.
However, as technology evolves, there is a need to be security conscious and recognize the extra layer of protection that single sign-on (SSO) systems grant.
Hence it is important that you render support to their development team who is currently working to add support for SSO and encrypted usernames in an upcoming SwiftK12 plugin update.
Apparently, you need us (the customer) to augment the collaboration between both parties.
Thank you for reaching out in the PowerSchool Community! In this case, we suggest you submit a feature idea to the PowerSchool Engineering Team for further review. You can learn more about our Ideas Portal and submit your request here.
Please let us know if you have any further questions. We will be more than happy to assist you!