The Essential First Step In a Successful Deployment of Your IAM Solution
If you have invested in an identity and access governance solution, your next step is most likely making sure that the deployment is a success. With a growing number of organizations having acquired vast, expensive solutions which do not meet their evolving business needs, deployment failure is a growing issue. Get the basics right and make sure your solution is a success - both in theory and in practical use.
March 2018: Buying an identity and access management (IAM) solution is not like buying another piece of hardware. Traditionally there is a high failure rate, as the projects not only involve multiple business departments and systems across the organization, but also require constant communication between the business and IT. Unfortunately, the significant investment in time, resources, and money does not always equal a successful result.
Best practices for best results
To ensure a successful solution deployment, we have incorporated best practice processes in our products and developed an ‘Essential’ implementation for fast governance results. With over 18 years’ experience, we know a thing or two about what it takes to implement a successful identity and access management project. Just ask our customers or Gartner.
Our best-practice solution scope enables you to think big, start small, and scale fast on a future-proof platform. Omada Essential can be implemented in a short period of time to secure that the most urgent compliance issues are dealt with first to meet the looming deadlines and demands. The approach enables organizations to fulfill core regulatory compliance requirements, such as getting in control of identity and access data across several core systems (via Active Directory) by being able to document and report on identities and access.
Get the basics right
The approach enables organizations to achieve strong cost-benefits and estabslish a solid foundation from which to expand the solution, with automated processes, such as lifecycle workflows and self-service. This means organizations can broaden the scope to govern, control, and report on many applications, on-premises and in the cloud.
Read much more about the solution and the steps included in the approach here and make your identity and access management project a success.