Webcast, April 12: Automating User Provisioning, A User’s Perspective

Premieres: Apr 12, 2011, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)
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ABSTRACT:

User provisioning solutions offer tangible, often quantifiable, benefits. A Forrester Study* based on data from 4 customers concluded an ROI of over 200% and net cost savings of over $8M over 3 years post implementation of Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle’s user provisioning solution.  Additional benefits seen were around improved security and a tremendous boost in user productivity.

Join this FREE webcast to find out how Educational Testing Service (ETS), a private nonprofit organization devoted to educational measurement and research, is leveraging Oracle Identity Manager to meet its user administration needs. Hear first-hand from your peer how you can improve security and user productivity in your organization while reducing IT administration, helpdesk and other overhead costs at the same time.

Speaker: Jim Moran
Executive Director, IT, and CISO at Educational Testing Service (ETS)

Jim Moran is an Executive Director, IT, and CISO at Educational Testing Service (ETS).  His responsibilities include leadership of Enterprise Architecture, Information Risk, and Information Security for the company.  Jim has a long history of conceiving and leading large scale programs and projects, and translating technology trends and strategies into tangible business outcomes.

*Webcast registrants will receive a complimentary copy of: Forrester Study: The Total Economic Impact of Oracle Identity Manager, a commissioned study on behalf of Oracle Corporation

 

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