Everyone knows that various people of an organization work simultaneously on a single project with assorted roles and responsibilities. How easy and simplified the whole work-flow would be if all the relevant personnel involved in a construction project worked and communicated on a single platform right up till that project's completion. It is in this aspect that the user management application of our platform takes the standard of its overall serviceability to several notches higher.
Our product understands the needs and requirements of the construction business and what exactly can help it in performing far more efficiently. As different people are working on different projects most of the time, our product is designed to provide end-to-end collaboration among all the people working on one project irrespective of their different profiles. This ensures that everyone is on the same page and working in complete unison thereby increasing both the overall speed and efficiency.
Our platform’s user management module is sharply designed to provide proper accessibility of relevant information, updates and data to the intended users of the system which facilitates smooth and hassle-free execution of tasks. What's more, each user involved in the project has direct control over data access which means that access is available to relevant information only and to the intended audience only. Thus, people across different profiles belonging to an organization work in tandem with the requisite permissions to access the system simultaneously.
A question that might come to mind is how all this pan out. An ERP's user management functionality works by creating and adding new users, providing user login and password to each one of them and giving authorizations to the users. It can quickly add new users or update user authorizations. Users can be broadly classified as normal users and super users. The average user gets limited authorizations to start sessions, work with data pertaining to the specific database while super users (like the system administrator, for instance) have unrestricted authorizations.
To work with ERP applications, a user must be having some sort of authorization such as session authorization, database authorization and/or library authorization. The type of authorization that a user has usually depends on their role or function in a company. Session authorizations determine which sessions a user can start and what they can do with these sessions. Database authorizations determine the actions that a user can perform on specified database tables and their associated fields.
Without doubt, the user management module makes our ERP a key construction process management software essential for any serious player in the construction business.