A big problem for large enterprise companies is ensuring that only active employees are allowed access to company technology intranets and and platforms. Managing 50 or so employees in a database isn’t always easy. How about managing access information for 500 or maybe 50,000 employees? Generally the de facto choice for authentication or access has been a company email address and password. This is clearly the most viable solution when an employee is issued a company email address by the IT department after finalizing all the HR paperwork. Yet, what about employees who don’t have a company email address?
Providing access to a private mobile network inside of Red e App without using a company email address is the first half of the equation. See our No corporate email address required blog post, if you haven’t already read it.
The second half of the equation is how to remove someone quickly after the employee has left the organization. The method we use is called Red e Key. Since the vast majority of non-desk / mobile employees don’t (and won’t) have a company email address, we had to find a solution that would not include email or even a mobile number. Red e Key is a unique, alpha-numeric code specific for each employee, such as employee ID. We can quickly generate them, if you do not have a unique ID assigned to each employee. Additionally, the Red e App platform supports both manual and API versions of Red e Key integration so no matter the size of your enterprise or use of existing people management software, we have designed Red e App for both the small and large enterprise.
If you’d like to see Red e App in action, let us know and we’ll setup a demo for you and your team.
Red e App Product and Engagement Director