Medium Sized Companies

  • TYPE: Business Case Study DATE: Thursday, April 24, 2008 TIME: 10:30-11:30 LOCATION: IMAX


While the first wave of Identity Management implementations has been taking place mostly in large enterprises and discussions on RoI potentials delivered by these projects seem to sometimes be pretty controversial, the number of medium sized companies investing in Identity Management is on a sharp rise now. Jörg Mauz, who is CIO at Ansmann AG, a company with 300 employees, will show in this presentation, how he managed to make a successful move into a lean and feasible Identity Management infrastructure.


  1999 - 2002 University of Cooperative Education Horb a.N. (Dipl. Ing. (BA) ) 2002 - 2004 University of Ulm (Dipl. Inf.) 1999 - 2003 System / Software Engineer at a Software Vendor 2003 - 2005 CTO at a Software Vendor 2005 - today CIO at ANSMANN At Ansmann,...

Following a strategy of concentration on core competencies Premiere off-loads numerous services to external parties. The task to organize and maintain their employees' electronic IDs in Premiere business systems, their roles and their access to the systems called for an in-depth analysis of the organisation's needs in IAM. Its results led Premiere to the decision for an IAM system. Laying the basis by implementation of the system infra-structure will be followed by the rollout of ID management with an initial pi-lot installation, leading step-by-step into consolidated IAM. An iterative ap-proach shall ensure both manageable projects and achieving the overall goal.


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