Aveksa has launched Aveksa 4.0 Enterprise Access Governance Platform, which includes new enhancements and integration capabilities that enable organisations to deploy continuous processes for managing, measuring and improving how access is delivered to business users and governed across the enterprise.
Accoreing to Aveksa, the new platform is comprised of Aveksa Access Request and Change Manager, which combines a business-centric user interface and a streamlined request and fulfillment process with embedded policy controls to ensure that access is appropriate; Aveksa Compliance Manager, which automates the monitoring, certification, reporting and remediation of user entitlements; and Aveksa Role Manager, which enables role discovery, modeling and maintenance.
The company said that the new version enables organisations to deploy automated, continuous processes for governing and managing access request, receipt, review and revocation to reduce complexity and increase operational efficiency.
The new offering provides relevant views into the roles, information resources and compliance tasks that specific user types or departments can perform in the system. It increases the efficiency of companies’ access request initiatives, through a new web service interface. The new version enables organisations to monitor and measure access request, fulfillment and delivery processes to optimise their effectiveness, the company said.
Other features include a configurable workflow engine that accommodates organisations access request and governance processes; enhanced role lifecycle management, which enables role hierarchies together with collaboration for stakeholders in role management process.
Deepak Taneja, founder, president and CTO of Aveksa, said: “Forward-thinking organisations are recognising the value of delivering access to the business with processes that have built-in compliance. Aveksa 4.0 empowers organisations to simplify their access management processes with automation and embedded governance. With Aveksa 4.0, enterprises worldwide will more easily meet their access governance objectives, while increasing operational efficiency.”