One Identity Active Roles ROI

Michiel Simon
Technical Manager of Security at Liberty Global
The ROI is in the mitigation of risks: The risk of leaving unauthorized access behind, the risk of having Active Directory pollution. With that comes risks of people getting access they shouldn't have. There is the risk of having multiple accounts for the same thing; that's the biggest part. There's no actual money there, but risk management is really what you pay for. View full review »
Sameer Palav
Managing Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I won’t be able to provide ROI from commercial perspective, but from the below points one should be able to figure it out: * User provisioning/De-provisioning – this activity, which takes anywhere from one day to three or four days manually, is done in minutes without any IT resource intervention and so increases efficiency and productivity * Notifications – respective stake holders/business owners are notified immediately upon an activity performed, and no follow-up emails or phone calls required * Data consistency – it helps to maintain data consistency in AD which eliminates a data clean-up activity which IT department has to undertake regularly * Data synchronization – it synchronizes data between HR application and AD/Exchange or other applications and AD/Exchange relieving HR and other application owners from day to day tasks of co-ordination or creating/modifying/deleting application user accounts * Automation – Most of the IT tasks are automated which in turn reduces work load on IT department. IT resources could be better utilized for some other useful activities View full review »
CTO at BeClever IT Solutions
The solution has saved our customers time by automating tasks that could take from half an hour to 45 minutes. View full review »
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