The Hire2Retire solution enabled Material Bank to not only manage its functional operations efficiently but also promote data protection and privacy.
Imagine a library where architects and designers can walk in, explore, pick what they need from millions of material options, and get it delivered overnight. Sound unreal? Material Bank, challenging the predefined notions, has made the process of material sourcing simpler than ever by creating a virtual catalog of a range of materials that architects and designers will ever need. Founded in the year 2019 by Adam Sandow, Material Bank has been helping professionals from budding to renowned for listing or buying their materials in a swift and sustainable manner.
While Material Bank did not take much time to fulfill its commitment to making the process of material sourcing more efficient and sustainable, it was its own HR processes that needed to be streamlined. The HR and IT team of the company were handling employee lifecycle management in a tedious and complicated way where every update must be done manually. Not only was this process time-consuming, but it could also lead to human errors, data breaches, and compliance risks. Realizing the need for an automated solution that could streamline its HR-IT processes, Material Bank reached out to RoboMQ.
RoboMQ implemented its pre-packaged integration product, Hire2Retire, to help Material Bank deal with its challenges. The Hire2Retire solution enabled Material Bank to not only manage its functional operations efficiently but also promote data protection and privacy. The ADP to Hybrid AD integration with Hire2Retire ensured that the right roles were correctly assigned in the right OUs (Organizational Units), DLs (Distribution Lists), and SGs (Security Groups). Also, the crucial processes like onboarding, offboarding, and termination are concluded precisely at the right time. Thanks to Hire2Retire, Material Bank can now focus on providing its consumers with an optimal material sourcing experience unbothered by its own HR-IT challenges.