Northrop Grumman implements a Self Serve 'For-Purpose' App using eQube-DaaS Platform
Northrop Grumman implements a Self Serve 'For-Purpose' App using eQube®-DaaS Platform
Unified intuitive interface
Quick user onboarding
Built-in real-time advanced analytics
Simplify Employee onboarding process with reduced cycle time
Eliminate error prone manual process resulted in access and permission gaps
Improve user adoption of the infrastructure systems and productivity tools
Automation of account generation and maintenance
Self serve for users and managers to request/approve system accounts with permissions for Teamcenter and eQube®
No modifications to Teamcenter or Customer Customization layers were required
UAR App consolidated and orchestrated task based activities in a single click operation on one screen
Ability to copy access permissions from existing users
Single location to create and assign permissions for authors, consumers, approvers, and combinations of the above across programs/projects
Self-serve capability removed dependency on SMEs and Admins ability to create templates for grouping roles for simplified request creation
Orchestrates account approval process
Supports Supplier access
Automated account creation and notification
Automated Group and Role assignments
Advanced reporting and analytics for real time analysis
eQube® Products Used
eQube®-MI and eQube®-API Gateway
eQube® Web App Toolkit for Visualization layer GUI
eQ's smart Cache technologies for improved performance
Authentication: SSO with active directory using Kerberos allowing any windows user access to UAR
The UAR tool has made it much easier and faster for Programs to add, modify, and remove Teamcenter user access in the Organizations it supports. UAR also reduced the manual touch time for both the approval process and the Teamcenter Admins. Once access approval is obtained the typical time to account creation/modification has been reduced form days/hours to minutes/seconds.
NGAS Teamcenter Access Manager
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