NetIQ Identity Manager Other Advice

Consultant at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The way it was implemented for the company was mostly for HR integration. So we would synchronize data from SAPHR to an Active Directory. So all the new hiring, all the user provisioning was made by HR on the SAP system. This system was responsible for creating the accounts on the network and mailboxes and all that from that system. So no one has ever created a user manually in AD. It's all automatic. It's a solid product, it's a mature product. You just need to make sure that your IT personnel is properly trained. When you purchase a license, make sure you have support engaged as part of your contract and you'll get your team trained. I would also recommend a proof of concept for sure. That way you can show clients how flexible the product is. I would give the solution a rating of nine out of ten. View full review »
Stormy Steigenga, Cissp
Identity Management Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Get executive buy-in and know that a tool isn’t going to fix bad processes. View full review »
VP Enterprise Management Division Manager at Ness Technologies | נס טכנולוגיות
Do not look at features; look at real-time implementation experience. You need organization support, high-level support from management to do the change needed to implement it right. I would rate it as nine and a half out of ten because there is always something to improve. View full review »
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