User Provisioning Software Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
MauricioValencia says in a CA Identity Manager (CA IDM) review
Product Manager at Suramericana
* Governance * Identity View full review »
AmitArmoza says in a NetIQ Identity Manager review
VP Enterprise Management Division Manager at Ness Technologies | נס טכנולוגיות
The main value lies in the simplicity of implementation, as well as its customized look and feel. View full review »
Willie Clemons says in an One Identity Active Roles review
User
The built-in templates within ARS allow you to create security groups without having to construct them on your own. It greatly simplifies the process and is also makes it much easier to review if you ever need to make changes. View full review »
reviewer1214262 says in an One Identity Manager review
User at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
In dollars: access reviews. In QoL: Entitlement requesting, Approval workflow, and Attestations. At the start of our project, IT was considered a burden by most of the company. One Identity's easy to set up requestable items and the associated smart approval workflows gave IT the power to become a hero to the company. Eventually we had lines of business coming to us with requests to integrate more and more into the self-service portal. Then on top of that, the existing attestation cycles allowed us to confidently know for certain that correct access was issued and maintained across the company. View full review »
reviewer780990 says in a CA Identity Manager (CA IDM) review
Senior Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Word mining and risk campaigns are the most valuable features of this solution. View full review »
Mohammed Ather Khan says in a SailPoint IdentityIQ review
Technical lead at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The compliance features are the most valuable features. View full review »
ICTdelivery567 says in an Oracle Identity Governance review
ICT Service Delivery Manager
It has a very good response time but on the other hand, we have experienced a number of bugs. It responds fast but because of the bugs, we have already had some major incidents and complete unavailability. That's why we are not happy with the current version and we decided to upgrade it. We also tried to change the architecture setup to have less of an impact when the bugs occur and to have more availability. Oracle helped us to design the new architecture. We didn't make concrete plans yet about when to switch because we are still working on the high availability setup path. It will be a high availability setup, each data center with an active process failover in case something blocks it. View full review »
Rich Edvalson says in a NetIQ Identity Manager review
User
The most valuable features are Password Reset Alerts, Password Sync, and SQL connectors. View full review »
JohnOdisho says in a SailPoint IdentityIQ review
IT Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
So far, we are still in the implementation phase, but one feature that is so valuable is the life cycle management of identity. We also like the integration with other systems. Is very robust and solid. They built some plugins that are really well thought out and they handle most of our requirements. We also like the user interface of the product. View full review »
DaltonKole says in a NetIQ Identity Manager review
Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's a very flexible tool, so you can synchronize multiple sources of data and you have multiple connections to various kinds of systems. The most valuable features are that it's a very flexible tool and it's connected to multiple and various data sources. View full review »
Paul Connaire says in a Gemalto Protiva review
RAS Team Lead at Produban
The most valuable feature for us is the ability to use Active Directory groups as virtual containers instead of domains because it means that we can control our access groups better. View full review »
SerConsult4657 says in an Omada Identity Suite review
SQL Server Consultant at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The most valuable feature is the automatic provisioning and reconciliation of things like the Active Directory groups and memberships. You can set up automated processes so that you don't need to have an AD administrator doing it all. You can have the processes automate and control who's allowed to do what, and all of these features are quite good. The way they do the connection to external systems for the provisioning and for the reconciliation is also very good. View full review »
SystemMa1339 says in a SAP Identity Management review
System Manager at a transportation company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the user experience for managing information. View full review »
Business36e2 says in a SAP Identity Management review
Business Systems Lead at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is that it is able to integrate with many modules and other applications. View full review »
SystemsS20e4 says in an One Identity Manager review
Systems Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Nobody has to put people in AD groups by hand anymore. It goes automatically and that's very good. It's also very flexible. It's quite easy to customize and we have customized it a lot. There are many features already in it that you can choose from but you don't have to use everything. You can use just a few features and leave things out. View full review »
Massimiliano Ferrazzi says in an One Identity Manager review
Senior Manager Global IT Operations at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
It's the automation. With One Identity you can have multiple accounts and everything is managed in the same system. You don't need to manage different systems at different times. With just one, you can do everything. It saves a lot of time for us and simplifies things. In terms of the policy and role management features, through the automation that we have within the system, we are able to simplify those processes. The role management is really a great solution because we assign and define roles within the system and then apply them to the identities that we create for our employees. It is definitely a flexible solution. The connection with multiple systems is what makes it flexible. We can create the accounts flexibly, enabling access to other systems. In addition to Active Directory, it can extend to SAP, to Salesforce, to Office 365, etc. View full review »
Srilal Buddika says in an Oracle Identity Governance review
Senior Consultant
The features that we find most valuable are: * Trusted reconciliation with target systems helps eliminate orphan accounts and alert administrators if unauthorized account detected. * Segregation of duties and role mapping helps streamline organization application efficiency and access certification for higher management * Workflow capabilities with customization help to achieve expected multi-level approvals with email/SMS alerts during access and account creation to responsible parties. View full review »
Techsuppa0986 says in an One Identity Manager review
Techinal Support Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature for me is the built-in security, which is the best that I have seen. The interface is also very good. View full review »
LuisBarrera says in an Oracle Identity Governance review
Planning Analyst at Claro
The most valuable feature is the flexible automation functionality which has optimized our user access privilege management. This has allowed us to create and delete user accounts more accurately and efficiently. This feature has enabled us to save time and resources needed to perform mundane manual tasks. View full review »
SystemsSe13e says in an One Identity Manager review
Systems Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
For me, personally, the automation is the most valuable feature. I don't have to do things manually, like creating user accounts and provisioning them to the target systems. We are familiar with the policy and role management features and we are using some of them. They are very hard to define, but they are also very powerful in a way. You have to define them clearly before you start using them. One Identity Manager is also flexible. If it doesn't have a feature that you want, out-of-the-box, you can customize it by creating scripts or modifying the schema. But you usually need consultants to do the job. View full review »
Riyas Abdulkhader says in an One Identity Manager review
Security Architect, InfoSec Consultant at Confidential ( Sensitive Industry)
The features are open and have a good tabular structure for the data, as well as the connected relational/relative topology. View full review »
ManojKumar4 says in an OneLogin review
Regional Operations Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I like the feature with OneLogin where you can create a new role and associate it with the users. It's quite easy and user-friendly. It doesn't take much expertise to do all these things with OneLogin from what I observed. View full review »
Consultac8c1 says in an One Identity Manager review
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* It's very flexible. You can customize it to the fullest extent. You can use it for almost every situation for every customer. * The policy and role management features are very good. They have gotten better over time. * The privileged accounts governance features are very good. View full review »
Principa2d20 says in an One Identity Manager review
Principal Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Flexibility: It has many features which can be combined and configured in a great way, then put together in projects and ways that developers didn't think were possible, which has been great. The policy and role management features are very powerful and useful for our customers. You can do anything there. The privileged account governance features are great from the overall governance look, the things which you can do with it, and the results that you can achieve from it. View full review »
Umit Yilmaz says in an One Identity Manager review
Owner at UY IAM Consultancy
The policy and role management features are superb. If you have a customer who is willing to go somewhere with role management, then the possibilities are endless with the product. It is well-structured, and the architecture is well-defined. I am quite content with it. The solution is flexible. It is based on modules. Depending on the customer's needs, you can implement the different modules, which are accompanied with it. View full review »
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