Establish a secure organizational structure with automated rules-based access authorization. Grant users access to specific modules and functions based on their role, and assign or revoke access with a few clicks. Monitor user activity with detailed audit logs and set up user groups and roles for easy administration. Securely store confidential data, and ensure that only the right users can view or modify it. Make sure that data is always secure.
Deskera ERP’s Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is a powerful tool for administrators to manage user access and permissions within the system. Administrators can define roles and assign access rights to each role, allowing them to easily control user access to specific areas and functions. For example, administrators can create a “Supervisor” role that has access to all areas of the ERP system, or a “Customer Service” role that only has access to the customer service module. This way, administrators can ensure that users have the right level of access for their job duties, while also preventing unauthorized access. Additionally, administrators can use RBAC to quickly adjust roles and permissions when users change roles or need access to a different area of the ERP system. This allows administrators to quickly and easily manage user access without having to manually adjust each user’s permissions.
Ensure access to critical business data is managed in a secure and efficient manner. Mitigate the risk of unwanted access and unauthorized activity. Automate user access management and ensure data privacy is maintained.
Key Features of Role Based Access Control
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Frequently asked questions
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