In today's complex IT environment, managing changes to user access can seem like a daunting task for business and IT users alike. Business users want a simple, consistent process for requesting changes and IT operation teams want the flexibility to implement changes in the most cost-effective way. In the past, this meant using different request processes for each back-end provisioning process, a confusing and inefficient solution for the business.
SailPoint IdentityIQ User Provisioning solves this problem by allowing end-user request and compliance processes to function independently from the underlying processes which implement changes to user access. This allows IT organizations to choose the best method for fulfilling changes requested by the business without negatively impacting the business users.
IdentityIQ User Provisioning offers a flexible approach and implements changes quickly so that organizations can:
- Speed provisioning of access changes to managed resources
- Reduce costs associated with managing access changes
- Improve compliance by implementing changes according to defined policy
- Generate documentation of provisioning changes for auditors
- Streamline deployment with over 50 out-of-the-box connectors and a connector toolkit
IdentityIQ User Provisioning includes the following solutions:
- Provisioning Engine – Automates changes to target systems to speed the delivery of access requests, changes or remediations requested by the business
- Provisioning Broker – Bridges the gap between business processes that define and drive changes and technical processes that implement those changes
- Provisioning Integration Modules – Leverage existing investments in legacy provisioning solutions to implement changes in user access
- Service Desk Manual Provisioning Support – Enables manual changes to user access through help desks and work queues
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