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OUB adopts access management solution

Access360's RPM solutions gets picked up by Singapore bank to manage and track user access and resource.
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Singapore - Access360, an infrastructure software solutions provider of access management and provisioning will introduce enRole to OUB, one of Singapore's leading banks.

enRole, Access360's flagship product, is an automated Resource Provisioning Management (RPM) software system that centralizes control over access rights.

It is an administrative umbrella for controlling employee and third-party access to information and applications within a company's intranet and extranet communities.

By adopting enRole, OUB will have an audit trail for tracking changes to access rights; automated process and policy enforcement; user self-service password management; and the ability to support and manage millions of rapidly changing, user-to-system combinations.

This will help ensure the integrity of the bank's information assets and reduce the drain on IT resources associated with traditional means of managing access rights.

"The introduction of enRole came at an opportune time for us. We actually had a team that was exploring the possibility of developing an in-house solution to our provisioning challenges," said Teo How Cher, vice president & head, development technology & support services for OUB. "When we saw the potential of enRole, we immediately saw the fit and realized we did not have to 'reinvent the wheel."

Implementation will be done through an Access360 technical partner in Singapore and will be carried out in stages.

"OUB understands the value proposition of Access360 and the requirement for Resource Provisioning Management very well," said Bryan Tan, general manager of Access360 (South Asia). "We are very encouraged by the vision of OUB, their readiness to take on new technology to help their business."

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