One Identity Manager Primary Use Case

Director, Global Identity and Access Technologies at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees

One of the key use cases is certifications for SOX applications. Another is centralized onboarding and offboarding. Another use case is the Self Service using the IT Shop, which gives us a repository of entitlements that people can request and then have the approval workflows, and document the approvals for SOX and other regulatory requirements.

The appliances we use for this solution are VMs. We went with that version because we're forced to. We're not allowed to use physical hardware. Our infrastructure group requires us to use VMs.

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User at a tech services company with 201-500 employees

Access governance related to audits.   

BAAN, AX, AS400, AD, Exchange, Footprints, several home-grown applications.

We had a relatively small AD (about 5,000 users) but our primary challenge was that all of the legacy systems in place, including multiple instances of BAAN that came from different M&A deals, each with their own configurations and entitlements. 

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Eva Ferk
Identity Manager at University of Maribor

We had several tools over time to try to gain control of IAM, but none of them were capable enough for our needs. We simply had too many systems to work with. We wanted one digital identity for each user and a comprehensive view of each user’s entitlements.

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