One Identity Manager Previous Solutions

User at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We did not have a solution in place. This was a greenfield project. View full review »
Massimiliano Ferrazzi
User at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had nothing before using One Identity. 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. It was a risk and compliance issue that was fixed with One Identity. View full review »
User at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had something we built ourselves, but it was not integrated with anything. It was mostly just a list. When the world is changing and getting more technical, people need more access and we needed the ability to check what kind of access people have. There are all the GDPRs and other things that involve our company. We also thought it would be nice to have some automation for AD. I was literally creating people in AD and giving them rights to different places, putting them in AD groups. It was wasting time and, when a person does it, there are probably mistakes and you're not always sure what's happened. There's no tracking of who did what. Now we can track everything. View full review »
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User at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had a solution that was built in-house before we migrated to One Identity. The old solution didn't have the automation features and provisioning features the way that this product does. The old solution was more manual with a lot of built-in scripts. It was hard to maintain or to create extra features. View full review »
User at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We had some audit issues. We had a distributive access management landscape (fragmented landscape) that we wanted to centralize, because we had a lot of in-house built tools (very narrow scope of tools) that only did one thing. It was expensive to run a lot of different tools, and we wanted to replace it with one tool. View full review »
Eva Ferk
User at University of Maribor
We had several tools over time to try to gain control of user accounts and their privileges. But none of the solutions were capable enough to cover all our our needs. We simply had too many disparate systems to work with. We wanted one digital identity for each user and a comprehensive view of each user’s entitlements. Plus, we needed to ensure we could control those entitlements easily. We noticed that One Identity Manager was positioned well in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for User Administration and Provisioning, based on its evaluation of One Identity Manager. View full review »
Patricia Lara
User at Hartmann AG
We didn't have a solution to manage identities previously. The need to have an identity management system came from auditing, our SAP needs to have monitoring, and the need to control SAP accounts and roles. One of the main reasons, in the beginning, to go with One Identity Manager is to have integration with SAP. It's very important to have our business roles and privileged access monitor always up-to-date, especially if you have privileged users and firefighters. You need to monitor their access very carefully. View full review »
User at a Consumer Goods with 5,001-10,000 employees
We used a homemade solution, which was AD-based. It was a layer on top of AD with Java and Oracle Database in the background, but we had to move to something that can also manage could cloud, which was why we switched. View full review »
User at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Prior to using this solution, everything was done manually. Security was at risk of breach and we thought that we needed to be compliant. View full review »
Kars Wittens
User at Rabobank
We were using several solutions for access and we finally selected One Identity as the best solution for our purposes. We had a home-grown identity management solution, but because of the complexity of it we selected One Identity Manager as our future-looking identity management product. View full review »
Marta Dern
User at Grifols
We didn't have any solution previously. View full review »
User at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
Our previous solution (IBM) was outdated. View full review »
User at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We had a vb script for Active directory user provisioning from HR data. It was outdated and prone to errors. We wanted one solution that could manage Active Directory and SAP accounts. View full review »
Tadej Grebensek
User at Gorenje
Our company didn't have any of this type of solution before, so it's a totally new process that we're going through at this very moment. View full review »
Samo Srebernjak
User at Gorenje
We were not using another solution prior to this one (not in this scope). View full review »
User at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We are using a self-built solution. It would cost too much to get that up to the standard of what we need. In the long-term, it is cheaper to buy a solution that has what we need. Though, we are still running the previous solution, as we are still in the implementation phase. One Identity Manager is very limited in what we have live; we are not using it fully yet. View full review »
Riyas Abdulkhader
InfoSec Consultant at Confidential ( Sensitive Industry)
We did not use a solution previous to this one. View full review »
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