Product Report: Engiweb IDEAS
Engiweb is one of the European vendors in the IAM and GRC space, based in Italy. The company is owned by Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, the largest system integrator in Italy with operations as well in some other countries.
Engiweb is a one-product company, entirely focusing on their platform IDEAS which is focused around role management, authorization management, and other features. The product is, in the Kuppinger Cole notion, best positioned as part of the market segment of Identity/Access-oriented GRC platforms.
Engiweb is, from our perspective, one of the European vendors of IAM and GRC solutions with a strong conceptual foundation, in line with leading-edge vendors like BHOLD and Völcker Informatik. IDEAS is amongst the leading-edge products in the market from a conceptual point-of-view. It provides strong capabilities for IAM-GRC, exceptional integrated capabilities for role management, and a very strong business view.
Besides this, Engiweb IDEAS is somewhat unique in its approach of supporting as well static as dynamic authorization management with a strong business integration.
There is some room for optimization and there will be features added – but overall, Engiweb IDEAS is a tool which should be evaluated when looking at IAM-GRC solutions, especially when Role Management, SoD controls, and Authorization Management are at the list of required features. Engiweb again proves that there are exceptionally strong offerings in the IAM and GRC space from European vendors.
|Mar 27, 2009||
Product Report: Engiweb IDEAS
Engiweb is one of the European vendors in the IAM and GRC space, based in Italy. The company is owned by Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, the largest system integrator in Italy with operations as well in some other countries. Engiweb is a one-product company, entirely focusing on their…
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