One Identity Manager Integration with SAP

Have you integrated this solution with SAP? If yes, why? If yes: how would you describe the integration process? If yes: what are your impressions of the SAP integration?

Tobias Stehle
Product Owner at DmTech Gmbh
We have integrated the solution with SAP. All our retailers can order their own goods for their stores and have access rights. Without this, it wouldn't be possible for everyone to manage their own stuff. We are local decentralized. We are only able to do this because we have the role management input and access rights in the SAP systems.
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IT Business Process Specialist at a consumer goods company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have integrated the solution with SAP, which has governance. We need to manage the Visual Administrator and One Identity Manager. The integration is pretty straightforward. There were some bugs with version 6 which are being removed with version 8, which is good. The platform is progressing.
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Samo Srebernjak
Head of User Support at Gorenje
Implementation and integration with SAP went well from the Identity side.
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Tadej Grebensek
IT Engineer at Gorenje
We have an SAP connector since we have integrated the solution with our HR database.
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Solution Designer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We have integrated with SAP because SAP has connected systems.
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Patricia Lara
Supervisor at Hartmann AG
One of the main reasons, in the beginning, to go with One Identity Manager is to have the integration with SAP. It's very important to have business roles and privileged access monitor always up-to-date, especially if you have privileged users and firefighters. You need to monitor very carefully this access.
For version 6, the SAP integration out-of-the-box can be quite exceptional.
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Senior System Administrator at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We have integrated it with SAP, since we have a lot of SAP systems. The users and roles need to be managed, as well.
It's pretty easy to integrate with SAP using the SIEM project. Just click the wizard, and it's connected.
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VP at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We use it to manage our users in SAP.
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Senior Product Manager for Identity & Access Management at a non-tech company with 10,001+ employees
We have integrated it directly with SAP, since our HR source of information is SAP and more than 80 percent of our business is run on SAP. Therefore, we have the largest SAP installation in the world. It's fully integrated, so we are creating, managing, and provisioning in SAP, as it is the core of our business. We are synchronizing for SoD, so it's working well. We are using different aspects of the integration.
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Umit Yilmaz
Owner at UY IAM Consultancy
The SAP integration is extremely easy. The first time that I used it, I picked up the user manual, and typed in some user account system clients and passwords, then I was connected. It doesn't get any easier than that.
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Massimiliano Ferrazzi
Senior Manager Global IT Operations at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We implemented One Identity in 2015 with the main goal of controlling SAP access and users, especially the privileged access in SAP and the segregation of duties. That's what we wanted to control. One Identity was the best system at the time, with really exceptional out-of-the-box functionality. It was mainly done, at that time, for SAP.
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