San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
NextLabs®, Inc., the leading provider of policy-driven information risk management (IRM) software for large enterprises, today announced that its Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager is now an SAP-endorsed business solution. The solution helps customers enhance compliance, reduce risk of data breach and wrongful disclosure, and enable secure partner collaboration.
Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager was developed to meet the fine-grained authorization and security needs of customers in highly regulated industries, such as those in aerospace and defense, manufacturing, high tech, chemicals, energy, and life sciences who have adopted or plan to adopt the SAP® ERP application as their enterprise resource planning platform. Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager's intuitive functionality is based on significant industry experience and a unique understanding of customer requirements, coupled with direct feedback from various SAP business units and solution management teams.
“NextLabs is honored to have its Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager solution endorsed by SAP,” said Keng Lim, CEO and founder of NextLabs. “We are proud to work with SAP and their world-class customers to safeguard the most critical enterprise data and help companies improve compliance while enabling safe global collaboration.”
Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager has also been certified by SAP as an add on to the ABAP™ programming language, integrates with SAP ERP 6.0, and meets the requirements for running on the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform. It also integrates with the SAP Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM) application, Release 7.0 and above. It extends standard SAP authorization to provide policy-driven, fine-grained access control, dynamically authorizing users to access specific business data within SAP solutions based on data classification, user identity and other attributes. Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager automates electronic export control, secures engineering and supply chain collaboration, and enhances data security, enabling the provision of global shared services and harmonization of business processes.
“The use of Compliant Enterprise Entitlement Manager with SAP ERP enables customers to comply with export regulations such as ITAR and offers them greater flexibility in designing and enforcing IP security policies,” said Magnus Bjorendahl, head, Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Industry Solutions, SAP AG. “By endorsing solutions such as this, SAP continues to build its ecosystem, support our customers’ businesses, drive new levels of collaboration, and provide additional choices to our customers.”
Solutions endorsed by SAP AG are complementary to SAP software offerings, are developed in accordance with SAP development guidelines, and provide additional choices and flexibility for businesses running SAP applications.
NextLabs®, Inc. is the leading provider of policy-driven information risk management (IRM) software for large enterprises. Its software offers a cohesive solution for improving compliance and mitigating information risk by helping companies achieve safer and more secure internal and external collaboration, prevent data loss, and ensure proper authorization to applications and data.
NextLabs’ partnerships with industry leaders such as IBM, SAP, Microsoft, HCL AXON, Adobe, HP, PTC, and Siemens bring to market industry-focused IRM solutions that combine industry best practices with turnkey applications, to meet customers’ governance, risk, and compliance requirements.
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