Happy New Year!! As we review our memories of last year, we first want to thank all of our clients – those of you who have been with us from the beginning and those of you we’re just getting to know; we appreciate you all. We’ve enjoyed so many conversations, collaborations, and consultations that have resulted in valuable feedback.
As we take this feedback into an exciting vision for the future, we want to celebrate by ringing in the new year with a new release! Permission Assist version 4.9 emphasizes the ability to customize permission names, descriptions, and Taskboard options to help you further streamline the review process and shrink your permission reviews. This release also provides the ability to export Entitlement Role permissions (yes – we can already hear some of you cheering and we’re cheering right along with you)!
We work hard to ensure privileges are displayed in an organized way that is easy to understand. Still, there are times when privileges are given very general descriptions such as “Area 123” or “Customized Privilege”. This not only makes it hard for reviewers to understand, it also results in a long list of questions for you during a review.
For these cases, we wanted to provide a flexible way of allowing you to personalize these unique privilege names and descriptions. With the new Privileges tab (see picture below), you can add context by customizing privilege names and descriptions in a way that makes sense for your financial institution.
Depending on your organization’s review workflow, having the ability to reassign identities or supervisors may make sense for some Permission Assist users, but not for all. That’s why we’ve added a new set of options within the System Configuration area that allow you to decide which users see certain options during a review.
From the System Configuration, Workflow area, you can customize the availability of the following options:
You have a new employee starting Monday…
You have an employee transitioning to a new position within the bank…
How do you know which applications they should have access to and which privileges should be assigned? Many clients have a system for requesting an employee’s access be set up, but they want to prevent issues from the start and ensure that the permissions being assigned accurately reflect the person’s role.
With the new Entitlement Roles Details report you can provide guidance to supervisors, IT, and others to help ensure permissions are set up appropriately!
We’re wishing you all the very best this year, and we hope you enjoy this new release!
Dayna has a B.S. in Computer Information Science and a B.S. in Technical Writing. With over 7 years in banking related industries and over 15 years of experience as a technical writer, she knows a thing or two, but she enjoys working with clients more than anything. Helping solve client issues and creating excellent experiences is her specialty.