The Identity and Access Management solution waave offers a comprehensive package of helpful modules. With these modules, email addresses, phone numbers or user names can be managed centrally and efficiently. Approval processes can also be implemented. An approval process could look like this: An employee applies for additional rights. The employee's supervisor is informed of this and can decide whether to approve or reject it.
These modules are currently in development and will be available soon.
waave automatically generates email addresses based on predefined rules. The original address remains active for a predefined period of time. So your employee can inform his contacts about the change and can be reached via both addresses. After the defined time has elapsed, the original address is automatically removed. This module can also block an employee's email address for a certain period of time after leaving the company, so that this email address is not used for a new employee with the same name.
waave assigns telephone numbers automatically. This is done using predefined number ranges and rules. In this way, telephone numbers are assigned without errors. If an employee leaves the company, the telephone number can be blocked for a certain period of time to avoid misunderstandings.
This module assigns unique user names. This avoids duplicate assignments and the resulting errors. If an employee leaves the company, the user name can be blocked so that this user name can never be used again.
With this module approval processes can be implemented. An approval process could look like this: An employee applies for additional rights. The employee's supervisor is informed of this and can decide whether to approve or reject it.
Approval processes can be defined flexibly. For example, it is possible to determine in which cases an approval is necessary and in which cases an application can be automatically approved. The responsible persons are informed by email about a permit application. An approval process can also be designed in such a way that several persons have to confirm the application before it can be executed.