Danish IT firm wins lucrative order from auto giant BMW  

2007.08.07
Copenhagen-based Omada has won an order to supply BMW with advanced role-based access control for the auto giant's IT system
Omada, a Copenhagen-headquartered Microsoft Solution Provider, has outfought the competition to win a lucrative order from German automobile giant BMW. Omada will supply its Identity Manager solution, which BMW will use to control access to its IT system by some 300,000 staff and dealers. Shortly before the BMW order, Omada gained a similar order from the chemical and healthcare concern Bayer.
 
Omada's Identity Manager solution provides what is called 'advanced role-based access control'. This segments system content into various 'services' for different user groups, rather than enabling access to all system content from a single ID/password. For BMW, the advantages include streamlined user administration, strengthened security and reduced costs. The system can also provide 10 year audit trails for compliance reporting.
 
Established in 1999, Omada [which means 'team' in Greek – Ed.] is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and SAP Service Partner, with regional offices in London and Palo Alto, California. Omada's solutions are built entirely on the Microsoft platform and empower Microsoft technologies. The company currently employs approx. 60 people.
 
The news was reported by Business.dk
 
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