Speaking: Mark Beijer – ICT Consultant Sr. Engineering & Technologies at Bilfinger Tebodin Netherlands B.V.
We have been a satisfied user of Provisior as a “Single point of Entry” for many years. Initially, Provisior was available within Bilfinger Tebodin to a selected group of employees, but after Provisior was improved through a Look-and-Feel update (release Gunnbjørn), we started using the User Provisioning Portal (UPP) more widely. The platform has been used ever since. deployed to our full satisfaction within our Dutch organization.
With the introduction of the Hohberghorn release, “Active Forms” (forms based on Powershell and Forms) have now also been made available, which ensure that you can organize the services within Provisior much more flexibly. By means of built-in APIs you can use Powershell or even directly within Provisior (CMDB) to establish connections with Active Directory, SQL, etc. In this way, you can easily retrieve current information from other sources and display it at time of the execution of these forms/requests, so that this information no longer has to be entered manually.
We have been a satisfied user of Provisior as a “Single point of Entry” for many years.
With the introduction of Active Forms, we have started to use Provisior even more widely, and therefore no longer just for User Provisioning, but for all requests you can think of within the IT landscape. You should think of all common hardware and software and requests for permissions.
In short, Provisor is a valuable addition that we gratefully use. It would be a good development if Provisior focuses on creating even more API (links) to sources outside of Provisior, so that the possibilities become endless. The latter has been possible since the introduction of release Illimani!