2019-04-03T06:21:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What advice do you have for others considering One Identity Manager?

If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering One Identity Manager, what would you say?

How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?

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GM
Senior Manager / IAM Evangelist at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
2022-11-06T16:24:00Z
Nov 6, 2022

My advice is to review your business cases and try to use most of the out-of-the-box features of the product, instead of asking a consulting company to customize the solution. Adding customizations will add some burden when you need to upgrade to the next version or make changes. They will increase the chances of failure and your progression and smoke testing. Try to reduce the amount of customization with this tool. When it comes to customizing One Identity Manager for particular needs, it's like any other tool. When the tool is implemented we try to push customers to use all of the functionality. If there is a need to customize, on a scale of one to ten, where ten is easy, customizing it is a seven. And as a tool, on its own, it does not create a privileged governance stance to close the security gap between privileged users and standard users. It needs to be integrated with another product. One Identity Manager does the user provisioning, de-provisioning, and access requests and management. But if you want a full integration with a PAM solution, Quest has a different solution called One Identity Safeguard. Safeguard is the solution for privileged access management and can be connected with One Identity Manager. By connecting the two tools, you can keep track of the submission of requests with One Identity Manager and the fulfillment of the requests in the privileged access management tool, which is Safeguard.

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Micah Lewis - PeerSpot reviewer
System Administrator at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 10
2022-10-09T19:15:00Z
Oct 9, 2022

One of the variables it really depends on is the replication time that is set for it to replicate and pull all of the new changes that have been made from the user GUIs. But I work with a relatively large network, so our replication time is different from that of an average company or user. I have a very positive opinion of One Identity Manager. In all honesty, it's the best application that I've used. I give it my 100 percent recommendation.

Ahmad Sallam - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 5
2022-08-01T16:45:00Z
Aug 1, 2022

I rate this solution a six out of ten.

Vladislav Shapiro - PeerSpot reviewer
Founder at Costidity.com
Real User
Top 10
2022-07-31T13:28:00Z
Jul 31, 2022

I don't remember the exact version of One Identity Manager I'm using, but it's the latest supported version. Everybody uses One Identity Manager in my company because everybody's making requests, but the average number of users of the product is between thirty thousand to forty thousand. My advice for anyone who's interested to use One Identity Manager is to find a good partner who can help you go through the product because no matter what product you buy, you need someone who can guide you. You should also have dedicated people who can learn and administer the product from the get go, not just when it's live or in production, but from the time of installation and implementation, because One Identity Manager is a great product and you need to watch how it's configured. Unlike in SailPoint and Saviynt where there's a lot of code involved, One Identity Manager is a product that has a configuration you can still understand when you're sitting next to somebody configuring it, so it's best to start learning the product from day one. You should also take notes and write documentation about what you've learned and what you did, even if you found it easy to configure, so many different people can do configurations in your place, and for you to also keep track of the versions and who did what, what this particular workflow does, and what this configuration does because if you're not doing the configuration all the time, you're going to get lost on it without documentation that you can reference and follow. I'd never give a solution a rating of ten out of ten because the perfect solution doesn't exist. I'd be rating One Identity Manager a nine, and the reason for this rating is that if you think about implementing any identity governance tool, the biggest amount of money you spend is not on technology, and the biggest amount of time you spend is when you're talking to businesses to understand processes, then translate those into the actual implementation. That would take up the most time in terms of processes. One Identity Manager helps you make it shorter because people in business can, instead of describing what's going on, if you train people right and let them go into the product and configure it because there's no technology involved, you can save yourself plenty of time responsibility-wise and access-wise, and this is what makes One Identity Manager a nine out of ten for me. My company is a customer and partner of One Identity Manager. I'm a consultant for companies that have the solution. I'm also a partner who installs and offers consulting around One Identity Manager along with other products. I'm also a partner of Saviynt, SailPoint, and Microfocus. I also have experience with Oracle and Fisher.

DO
Founder at a marketing services firm with 11-50 employees
Real User
Top 10
2022-07-31T13:24:00Z
Jul 31, 2022

I'm a freelancer, so I work for multiple customers and I work for three customers that are using One Identity Manager, so I can't give the exact number of users, but big teams use it. I'm using One Identity Manager because it's what my customers selected. My advice to anyone looking into using One Identity Manager is to start playing around on the virtual setup to get familiar with it, in particular, make a small domain, set some target systems up, and get familiar with the setup. I would rate One Identity Manager eight out of ten because it's very stable and very customizable. For the last two years, the solution has improved and cut back on technical depth, and it can stand on its own two feet, but there's still space to improve. Overall, One Identity Manager is one of the best in the market. I'm an identity and access management consultant, so I'm not a partner or a reseller of One Identity Manager.

Manoj Pathak - PeerSpot reviewer
One Identity Developer at Wipro Limited
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2022-07-31T13:13:00Z
Jul 31, 2022

I rate this solution a six out of ten.

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RD
Security project Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2022-07-26T06:13:00Z
Jul 26, 2022

I'm using the latest version of One Identity Manager. In my company, the tool is still in the deployment stage, but within a few months, all people in the company will be users of One Identity Manager, particularly the portal. There'll be about five thousand users of the tool within my company. My advice to anyone using One Identity Manager for the first time is to make an audit on your company with an independent partner to be sure if you need the tool because One Identity Manager won't be worth it for every company. You have to match it to your needs, or else you'll never get your money's worth. For example, in a stable company or one that has similar jobs, the tool won't be used a lot. If you have three to ten job types and all of those would be the same after many years, One Identity Manager won't be the tool you need. You can just go for a cheaper tool that can do the job for you, but if you have a complex company and you have to face a lot of regulations, and if you want to adapt more quickly, One Identity Manager is a good choice. I'm rating One Identity Manager nine out of ten because it fits my need, and though it's complex, it's a learnable product. It also helps my company become more agile and also helps it face new challenges. One Identity Manager is the tool I need, and I like it. The tool helps my company and also helped the previous company I worked for, so I have no complaints about it. It's a tool I like working with. I didn't give One Identity Manager a perfect score because the connection with ServiceNow isn't there yet, so that's an area for improvement. When you send in an incident or put in a request that's not a standard request on One Identity Manager, you have to make an exception in the way your company should work, and this is another area for improvement in the tool that I also don't like. My company came up with a workaround or a solution to this, but a company such as One Identity should be able to propose a solution out-of-the-box. My company is both a customer and a partner of One Identity Manager. I say partner because a representative from One Identity comes to my company every two months and listens to feedback about the pros and cons of the tool. I say customer because my company pays for the One Identity Manager license, and if there's an issue, my company makes a request and lets the support team know what makes us unhappy.

MH
IT Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2022-02-16T13:30:00Z
Feb 16, 2022

Take your time in deploying the system and know the processes you want to support with it. Knowledge of the processes you want to support is the main thing.

Matt Thomson - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Consultant at UNIFY Solutions
Consultant
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-09-06T06:19:00Z
Sep 6, 2021

Look to limit customizations where you can; it can be easier to customize the tool in the short term, however, it can result in significant technical debt and effort in the future.

SS
Director, Global Identity and Access Technologies at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2020-05-21T06:24:00Z
May 21, 2020

It isn't just this product. IAM projects never come in on time or on budget. It's just the nature of the beast. But definitely have your use cases thoroughly defined. If you have those, the configuration will come rather easily. Even though customization is available, you need to be aware of the dependencies and the other features that may be negatively impacted if you don't do best practices. You want to make sure that you're using best practices and not just configuring something because that's the way it's done in your company. That could negatively impact the other features that do adhere to best practices.

reviewer1214262 - PeerSpot reviewer
User at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
MSP
2019-10-08T20:52:00Z
Oct 8, 2019

My advice would be to implement the out-of-box product and pull in your initial data sooner rather than later. Planning is needed but I assure you that you likely don't know how much of a mess you're in, especially if you have no IAM solution already in place. The OOB data collection will help shed light on the issue you have and have yet to discover then you can craft robust solutions to tackle them. Involve HR, involve your process owners, involve your business unit leads. Ultimately, you want to use a tool like this to empower your business to make decisions and engage in self-service. It may be difficult at first but if you involve them and try to meet their needs you can turn IT from a burden into the hero of your company. Work with a partner. While the vendor has great staff and is very knowledgeable, ultimately the partners are the ones who can really help you make the magic happen. All partners have the ability to engage the vendor directly should the need arise. You can save a significant amount of cost by going this route.

Massimiliano Ferrazzi - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Manager Global IT Operations at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2019-05-02T07:06:00Z
May 2, 2019

The tool is one of the best tools, out-of-the-box. It has great integration, especially for companies using SAP. On the other side, choose the right partner and don't look at only one system, but other systems as well. If a company is looking for a system to control SAP, don't focus on your SAP. Look at one system which is able to manage in general, and with good integrations. One identity is one of those systems. It is also important to have a defined process. We establish it and then, with the use of the tool, we apply it. I would rate the solution at nine out of ten. I like the out-of-the-box functionality. You don't need to do specific customizations; you can quickly use the system as it comes. And the solution has flexibility.

AG
Systems Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2019-05-02T07:06:00Z
May 2, 2019

It's very good to have a system that handles access rights and a system that you can automate with a lot of other systems like with LDAP and Active Directory. You can probably integrate it with other things as well. For us, it has been a very nice product and we are very happy with it. The advantages come with many other things that need to be done to use Identity Manager. It takes time to create things and get new systems and features running and to teach people how to use it. We've heard about the privileged account governance features. We haven't yet started using them but I think we will soon. Overall, I would rate it at nine out of ten. There are always things to improve on, nothing is ever perfect. I like the product and I think it's nice to work with, but I don't do that too much technical stuff. For everything I do with it, I think it works fine.

SK
Technical Support Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2019-04-25T11:03:00Z
Apr 25, 2019

My advice is to try this product first and then decide. In organizations with a large footprint of open source operating systems, such as Unix or Linux, security for them is a bigger concern, especially for banking. They should take advantage of using the evaluation version. Overall, I would rate this product eight out of ten.

SG
Systems Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2019-04-22T09:21:00Z
Apr 22, 2019

Keep the scope small in the beginning, so you don't do too much. Go live and then add more features on the way because, otherwise, it can go on for years, and you never get anything done. Also, don't start to customize features too much. Try to use what comes out-of-the-box and try to implement it that way. Somebody has thought of these things already. In most companies, a lot of these things are probably done in the same way. I would rate One Identity Manager at eight out of ten. There's always room for improvement, but I'm pretty satisfied.

Miska Siirto - PeerSpot reviewer
Lead Solution Architect at Tieto Sweden AB
MSP
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

I think it's one of the best solutions on the market. It is a big task to implement alone, so ask a lot of questions if looking to implement. You can see and do a quite a lot. It is really open in that way, but going out and trying to do stuff which it isn't meant to do, that's much harder. I wouldn't go there. However, it's gives you a good framework to work and build on. The policy and role management features work. They are getting better all the time. I don't really have a better experience from other solutions. I am just learning the privileged account governance features and how they work. We don't have SAP internally. We offer it as a service, as a company, to our customers, but we don't use it. We are managed service providers, so we cannot have our own private cloud.

JP
Product Specialist at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

Think through what is most important and your strategy, especially your cloud strategy. Look at the different competitors in the market, including this one. Our cloud strategy is impacting what we decide to roll out. We have not implemented the privileged account governance features yet.

Michael Botek - PeerSpot reviewer
CEO at IT Design Software Projects and Consulting
Consultant
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

The solution is used very often in the market. There are a lot of satisfied customers using the product. They are a lot of partners who can help you implement it, if you are interested. We know few other products in this industry. The flexibility, long term plan, and roadmap are very good. Also, its future is looking good.

Pascal Stockmann - PeerSpot reviewer
Consultant at igf-logic GmbH
Consultant
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

Look at one or two videos online on the One Identity YouTube channel. Get in touch with some of their people and possible get a short preview of their products. That is the easiest way, so you can set up a test environment pretty fast be shown how simple the processes work. One Identity has a very strong community combined with the tool. They also have a very good relationship between partners, customers, and themselves. It is easy to extend the product for custom purposes.

Umit Yilmaz - PeerSpot reviewer
Owner at UY IAM Consultancy
Consultant
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

It isn't that hard of a product to use. It's actually very easy to set up. Your business case is much easier than you think, forget the word complex. Just use the product as it is meant to be used, and it will make your life easier. It will also make your customers much happier, reducing the time to implement something or making the company grow. I have done some basic SAP integrations just using the out-of-the-box connectors. After connecting it, the customers with their own technical teams go in and clean up SAP. The customers that I am working with haven't moved to the cloud yet or are just starting move to the cloud. I am pleased to see many steps are being taken to make cloud integration much easier from version 8 and up. I am interested in finding more out about the privileged account governance features.

KM
Principal Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Consultant
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

Compare all the solutions and all the things that you can do on them: How easy you can set it up and how fast it can grow. Because identity management will grow with you, and you have to have a product which can grow with your organization.

MG
Consultant at Computacenter
Consultant
2019-04-10T07:57:00Z
Apr 10, 2019

It will impact the cloud strategy of a lot of customers in the future. We just started to implement this feature for customers, so it should have a huge impact in the future. We have not integrated the solution with SAP.

BF
VP at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

Evaluate how you can do the rollout, how will you approach the rollout, and if you have other application. Check how you are going to do the rollout and plan for it, then evaluate the products against it. It has increased our help desk calls a lot. We probably have between 60 and 100 access calls related to access management processes in One Identity Manager a day. One Identity Manager has not impacted our cloud strategy and its management.

MP
Senior Product Manager for Identity & Access Management at a non-tech company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

Define what you are researching. Write down use cases you need. Then, ask for a demo with you data, so you can see actual results. We are working on our IT cloud strategy. We are starting to do cloud provisioning integrated with our identity management. We use it for compliance, but not directly for GDPR. We are using the policy and role management features.

Eva Ferk - PeerSpot reviewer
Identity Manager at University of Maribor
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

While our journey to find a solution was tiring and we invested a lot of work and knowledge, our expectations have been reached and even exceeded. It's really good to invest time and money in a solution which offers you something that all users, not just IT, can use. Sometimes, the solution is flexible. However, the customer should sometimes be flexible to the solution, as well. Those who worked on this implementation now spend less time on user rights, etc. While it lowered their workload with this solution, they are now working on something else.

Marta Dern - PeerSpot reviewer
Analyst at Grifols
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

For this or any other similar solution, make sure you have the maturity to go forward with an identity management project. If you are at that point, this solution is a good option to look at because it's really flexible. It makes it possible to do a lot of things. We are getting comfortable with the solution. We're just at the very beginning. We are in production but not for the whole company, so we are not enjoying all the benefits of the solution. In terms of the privileged account governance features, we are not there yet. We are now investigating them and they look fine but, we are progressing slowly. The solution has helped to simplify compliance, but not as much as we would like because we haven't implemented all the options, all the features yet. We are in the middle of that. We have integrated the solution with SAP, we need to get identities from it. The integration process with SAP has been the worst. It has been really difficult because our SAP is really customized. The standard connector hasn't been enough, so we have had to create a new connector and it's been really difficult. I would rate it at eight out of ten. It's pretty new but they are making a great effort to be the best and to focus on the user.

AC
Lead Technology Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

Think about what the out-of-the-box features are in the product and how those map into your business requirements. Perhaps look at revisiting the business requirements to better fit with the product. We integrated the solution with SAP, given that we already had a significant SAP deployment for our financial services. Because I wasn't involved in that I can't comment on how that process went. In terms of our cloud strategy, One Identity Manager hasn't impacted it. The solution will fit within that strategy. I would rate it at eight out of ten. It meets most of our business requirements. We can deliver functionality the users want, but it does need some improvements, in the performance and support for a DevOps-type quick SOC release.

FS
IAM Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

We are trying to achieve more targeted systems in the future. We do not use the policy and role management features. We have not integrated with SAP.

PL
Manager Global Identity & Access Management at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

Check the big picture and what exactly the company needs. Choose the partner wisely. It's always important to make a successful implementation. One Identity Manager is good because it allows you to choose at a granular level exactly what you need for the business. This is not how it's implemented currently with us, but especially in compliance GDPR and privacy settings, you can have more granular permissions on privileged accounts and be able to monitor who makes changes on the accounts in IDN. We only have very basic functions now. However, the solution will have an impact on the roadmap of the company and on our company's roadmap of IT solutions to come.

AF
Governance Team Lead at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

I would rate it as a seven out of ten, because there is definitely room for improvement.

KW
Service Owner Identity & Access Management at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

It's a good product which provides great opportunities. Regarding the policy and role management features, I hear they're good. I don't know that part as well, but I have heard from the engineers they're pretty okay. We have integrated One Identity Manager with SAP, but we're moving from SAP as an HR system to the Workday system. We're in the middle of that integration right now. The original integration with SAP was done before I started using the product, but I from what I heard it was pretty okay. But you have to have a lot of knowledge of One Identity Manager before you can start implementing it, and knowledge of it is a bit of a problem. The solution hasn't yet impacted our cloud strategy because we are not working hard on cloud strategy right. We're thinking about moving some pieces but we have not yet implemented it. We know that version 8 is much better than the version 7 we use. But the version we use is about a seven out of ten because we have had some real difficulties with the integration part, from the old systems.

DP
Solution Designer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

The product is a nine out of ten because 80 to 90 percent of our requirements are out-of-the-box. Consider the speed of implementation, amount of customization, and the authentications if you are comparing between tools. Operations is also a topic: Is it easy to operate and is there a dedicated operational team? We have integrated with SAP because SAP has connected systems. I like the integrated approach of the privileged account governance features.

Tadej Grebensek - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Engineer at Gorenje
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

Build a strong team for this solution because there will be a lot of issues that you will have to go through, especially on your HR database. Build a team that knows how to listen and how to act. The SAP integration process was quite interesting. You have to search for the answers in the right department with the right people. After that, it becomes easy. We are currently not on the cloud.

Samo Srebernjak - PeerSpot reviewer
Head of User Support at MEGA M, Informacijske Tehnologije, d.o.o
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

Implementation and integration with SAP went well from the Identity side, but we have had internal problems with the data. However, we have been solving that for four years now.

Samuel Paul - PeerSpot reviewer
IAM / IGA Architect - Associate Director at PRIZM
Real User
2019-04-04T06:32:00Z
Apr 4, 2019

We are satisfied with the product.

DC
Identity Access Management Specialist at GSL Consulting Gmbh
Real User
2019-04-03T06:21:00Z
Apr 3, 2019

We are currently working on integrating it with SAP, but we are customizing a lot of things to fit with the current company's requirements. Their requirements are quite different from the out-of-the-box settings. Next month is the first SAP system go-live. After the SAP onboarding, we will look at the cloud. I have fixed some bugs in the code for the Office 365 onboarding earlier. That was a very early version with custom connectors to Office 365, version 6. But in terms of a cloud connector, we have not started to work on it yet, in the latest versions.

AM
IT Business Process Specialist at a consumer goods company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Real User
2019-04-03T06:21:00Z
Apr 3, 2019

If you want real-time management, it can be done within three to five working days with this product. That is how we do things today, so we have a process in place and do it with internal resources. Bring your processors in under your control. Define what you want and when it works in Excel, then you are ready to buy the solution. It doesn't really matter which solution you would buy, as long as you have things under control. The policy and role management features are very powerful, but it is hard to make the organization use them in the proper way. We have not implemented the privileged account governance features. From the back-end perspective (provisioning engine), I would give it a nine out of ten. However, from the web front-end, I would give it a five out of ten.

TS
Product Owner at DmTech Gmbh
Real User
2019-04-03T06:21:00Z
Apr 3, 2019

Don't work too much in the beginning. Focus on what's really necessary and important. Forget the luxuries you have. There are old processes that are really great for some people and look like pieces of artwork. However, the maintenance of them is really expensive. So, know what you really need, what is your business case, and what is important for you. Keep it simple and structured. Then, you will be happy with a solution like One Identity Manager. You have to understand the concepts of the software. Then, you can be productive and be happy with it. We were able, with this solution, to go pretty fast from an on-premise AD and Exchange environment to a hybrid setup with a lot of stuff in the cloud. Right now, we're not really using the privileged account governance features. It looks promising. In our organization, it looks promising, but we're not going to go there right now because its another responsibility for someone else in the company. So, while it looks good, we don't have the capacity to go there now.

Related Questions
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Nov 6, 2022
Hi Everyone, What do you like most about One Identity Manager? Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the community!
2 out of 11 answers
Srivalli Sristla - PeerSpot reviewer
IAM Engineering Manager at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
Aug 31, 2021
We have been able to make our help desk self-sufficient by giving them role-based access. We have been able to reduce service dependency by 40% to 50%.
Matt Thomson - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Consultant at UNIFY Solutions
Sep 6, 2021
The IT shop is a great tool that allows a simple interface for users to see their access, be able to request additional access, and view the workflow approval process to understand where their request is and what any hold-ups may be.
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Nov 6, 2022
How do you or your organization use this solution? Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences. Thank you!
2 out of 11 answers
Srivalli Sristla - PeerSpot reviewer
IAM Engineering Manager at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
Aug 31, 2021
We do employee lifecycle management through One Identity Manager with the source being SAP. We do not just do human accounts, like SAP accounts, but we also do non-human accounts, e.g., service accounts, shared mailboxes, distribution lists, and mail contact objects. We also use the API feature of One Identity Manager to provision from ServiceNow. These are its core functionalities.
Matt Thomson - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Consultant at UNIFY Solutions
Sep 6, 2021
We used One Identity Management for 15,000 employees of a financial services firm. In addition to the IM functionality, we leveraged One ID for Identity Governance - including access certifications. We had automated provisioning of users based on HR data. This automatically created 4-5 base accounts and birthright access for users. In addition to that, we leveraged the IT shop to request roles for users which, for the most part, automatically provisioned access to users. In addition to this, we used the Attestation features of the product to aid in our User Access Reviews.
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