Topgolf, a global sports entertainment company, is saving over $700,000 per year in direct labor costs with RoboMQ’s ADP to Active Directory (AD) integration. Manual processes once associated to onboard and offboard new employees, manage lifecycle events, and assign Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) is now all automated.
Automate Lifecycle Events
Real-time User Creations
Automation Cost Savings
Role-Based Access Control
Quickly Manage Terminations
Business processes to onboard new employees and update life-cycle events in AD (or Azure AD) involve manual steps from humans that can take at-least 2 hours to complete per event, which creates inefficiencies and leads to potential security risks after sensitive terminations.
Katerra, a large construction firm in the Bay area, implemented HRIS to AD integration powered by RoboMQ to automate these processes. As a result, they’ve been able to achieve a 90% cost reduction in employee onboarding to support their aggressive growth.
Create incidents or execute on-boarding or off-boarding workflows in ServiceNow or the ITSM (IT Service Management) application of your choice to allocate computer, equipment, workplace or other assets or privileges.
Approvals and workflows can be triggered automatically on hiring, role changes or termination as part of the employee lifecycle management to streamline the process, avoid unpleasant delays, and create an exceptional employee experience.
Define fine-grained security groups based on the attributes of the employee profile to implement strict Role Based Access Control (RBAC) and privileged access to the enterprise systems.
This solution works with leading SSO applications like Azure SSO, Okta, Ping and Centrify to enforce single sign on. The add-on provisioners for third party applications can manage licenses in line with employee state, saving the license cost and avoiding the security risk of someone walking away with privileged access on termination.
Our team of dedicated integration specialists will work with you each step of the way:
Step 1: Setup extracted reports from ADP on a scheduled interval to be sent to a Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) server.
Step 2: Configure data mapping, including mapping and assignments of Organizational Units (OU’s), Security Groups, and Distribution Lists.
Step 3: Create and run the file listener that scans for updates every few seconds in the SFTP folder and make updates in your AD or Azure AD in seconds.
We also provide 24×7 support with your integration after going live!
RoboMQ’s ADP to AD or Azure AD integration is a fully managed SaaS offering with 24×7 support:
$4.00 per active employee per month
There is a one-time setup fee that covers the full implementation leading up the go-live state.