Overall Satisfaction with SAP Access Control
SAP Access Control is used to manage user access to SAP systems and LDAP. This tool ensures compliant user provisioning for SAP systems and also acts as a PAM (privilege access management) tool. With some front-end customization, this tool has the capability to cover most of the business requirements related to access management.
- Access risk analysis
- Access request management
- Business role management
- It still uses the webdynpro for the front end. All webdynpro applications should be migrated to Fiori for a better user experience.
- Some functionalities can't manage in mass way. I.E. building derive roles/multiple single roles,
- Interface with LDAP is not efficient.
- Low operation/maintenance cost.
- Easy customization for business requirements.
- Compliant with most popular regulation/guidelines . Auditors love this tool.
SAP Access Control provides end to end functionality. Designing and building of SAP roles, publishing the roles, ordering the access, and finally compliant user provisioning. While another solution has a dependency on SAP access control to ensure the compliant user provisioning. The only benefit of other solutions is that they can be used for non-SAP target systems as well. Further in SAP Access Control, the connection setup for new target application is very easy and fast.
Do you think SAP Access Control delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with SAP Access Control's feature set?
Did SAP Access Control live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of SAP Access Control go as expected?
Would you buy SAP Access Control again?
- For managing access for SAP systems.
- In combination with SAP IDM/ third party IAM systems for ensuring compliant user provisioning (CUP)
- For designing and building SOD conflict-free SAP roles.
- Setting up a flexible workflow for managing access orders.
- For privilege access management /fire fighter functionality.