I've looked at Thycotic Software's Secret Server product (http://www.thycotic.com/products_secretserver_overview.html) I was impressed, but none of my consulting customers have signed-up.
I recently spun up a copy of the open source WebPasswordSafe (http://code.google.com/p/webpasswordsafe/) and liked what I saw but haven't really had much of a chance to bang on it.
Wearing my security auditing / pentester hat I've run into CyberArk's Enterprise Vault product (http://www.cyber-ark.com/digital-vault-products/pim-suite/en...) and found it very reasonable. It was refreshing to do a pentest where we didn't find a shared Keepass database or something similar.
IronStratus is another one to check out lets users keep their own personal passwords and grant access to apps passwords by an admin.
I personally prefer 1password - but it's really single user oriented.
Obviously different from I'd/auth providers like okta or ping identity...but i find there are so many accounts/passwords shared in organizations for services that these guys may not support. (apps with no SSO services for example). Yes, they have some password management tools but they don't seem to have in app/browser shortcuts (ie:chrome/ff extensions).
I've seen some companies hack a homemade solution based on Truecrypt as well, though it's probably not very efficient.
The repository gives us versioning and a relatively crude but effective way of sharing as well as some additional access control.
I also own and operate the site and the app.