Top 10 User Lifecycle Management (ULM) Tools

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In large organizations, users' lifecycle management gets critical. For example, multiple employees get employed and deployed at the same time. This adds to the complexities of managing the users' lifecycle.

The current organization environment involves fluctuating staff levels, including contractors, employees, and others who require access to SaaS apps and other resources to perform their daily IT tasks. User access management is crucial to business, and it becomes challenging for IT teams to do it manually. Manually giving access to individual employees while onboarding and offboarding can take several days.  

The solution to this is automating the user lifecycle management process. This will increase accuracy and efficiency, save time, and ensure a secure business environment. You can utilize a user lifecycle management (ULM) tool to implement one identity approach for hassle-free access and management of the employees.

The ULM tool will allow you to manage users' complete lifecycle, from giving access to revoking the access of several SaaS applications. . It will reduce the effort of IT admin and make the access management process efficient. Some of the benefits of implementing a ULM solution are listed below:

  • It enhances productivity as you will attain quick and accurate results with the automation process.

  • It reduces costs by automating manual tasks like onboarding and offboarding.

  • Access to authorized users will protect and secure the organization from data breaches.

  • Additionally, you can restrict authorized access to assigned users.¬†¬†

In this post, we will discuss the top 10 ULM tools you can implement in your organization for a seamless workflow.

10 User Lifecycle Management Tools

Let us discuss the 10 best user lifecycle management tools to streamline employee onboarding and offboarding. 

1. Zluri

Zluri is a SaaS Lifecycle Management platform that helps IT administrators gain visibility into the SaaS landscape. With Zluri, you can automate the provisioning and deprovisioning. This helps you automate your onboarding, midlife cycle changes and offboarding process.

Giving the employee access and revoking it becomes hassle-free, as it automates the tasks with a single click. 

You can monitor access permissions and identify any unauthorized access, which will help you secure sensitive data from security breaches. 

Also, we help you customize the workflow as per your need. For example, it allows you to schedule the onboarding or offboarding process by saving it in the playbook for later usage. 

Zluri helps you secure sensitive data from data breaches and cyberattacks by assigning access to only authorized users as per their role or designation. You can even monitor all the IT activities to keep track of them.

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Zluri offers an Employee App Store that makes user lifecycle management easy. The employees can choose the apps as per their requirements without waiting for the approvals of IT teams. This makes the provisioning process hassle-free. With EAS, you will empower employees to select applications faster and reduce the waiting time for approvals. Furthermore, you can request for apps that are not available in EAS.

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Pros

Customer Rating

  • G2:4.8/5

  • Capterra: 4.9/5

2. Okta

Okta

Okta brings a secure connection to your technology. By utilizing the power of the cloud, Okta allows users to access SaaS apps at any time on any device. It also enforces intense security policies. In addition, it directly integrates with the business's directories, identity systems, and various apps.

Since Okta runs on a SaaS-integrated platform, businesses can implement the services at a vast scale and low cost. Okta is trusted by various organizations, such as Adobe, Linkedin, etc., for enhanced work efficiency, security, and hiking revenue.

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.4/5

  • Capterra: 4.6/5

3. OneLogin

OneLogin

OneLogin streamlines identity management with secure, one-click access, for customers, partners, and employees on all types of devices, to the organization's on-premises applications.

It enables IT teams to enforce identity policy and instantly revoke application access from employees who leave or change their roles. It controls the overall access to the application, ensures hassle-free onboarding and offboarding, and gives end-user access to assigned apps. Additionally, it eliminates manual work and reduces SaaS costs by automating IT tasks. 

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.3/5

  • Capterra: 4.6/5

4. Ping Identity

PingIdentity

Ping Identity creates identity security for the organization with an ID platform that gives comprehensive capabilities consisting of MFA (multi-factor authentication), SSO (single sign-on), and more.

Ping Identity gives businesses a balanced user experience and security, customer, and vendor identity types, with many cloud deployment options consisting of IDaaS. It provides solutions to both developer and IT teams.

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.4/5

5. Oracle Identity Management

Oracle

Oracle Identity Management helps businesses to appropriately manage the entire lifecycle of user identities and access to organization resources, both within the firewall and beyond the cloud. 

The oracle identity management platform gives scalable solutions for access management, directory services, and identity governance.

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 3.7/5

  • Capterra: 4.4//5

6. Rippling

Rippling

Rippling's IT products offer a single place to set up, manage, and disable employee apps like Google Workspace, Slack, Trello, Microsoft 365, etc. With this, you can add new joiners to every app they require to perform their tasks and automatically keep the employees in sync with every app.

Further, when an employee leaves the organization, you can disable access to the apps. The employees will not have further access to the apps in the organization. This makes your organization productive and protected by giving employees centralized and secure access to all of their apps. 

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.8/5

7. Sailpoint IdentityIQ

Sailpoint

Sailpoint IdentityIQ manages the complete user lifecycle for comprehensive identity security. It automates provisioning, access requests, access certifications, and more. With their library of integrations, you can govern access to all your business applications. 

The tool manages access to applications, employees, and data through self-service requests and lifecycle event automation. Additionally, it gives you timely audit reports and access certifications and helps you stay compliant. The tool reviews user access continuously and enforces policies for governance.

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.4/5

8. MiniOrange

Mini orange

Mini orange is an identity management software that helps you provide access to the employees in your organization. It offers user profiling, authentication, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and more. 

The tool protects and empowers your employees, contractors, and partners with secure access to business. It allows all the resources to access SaaS applications on any device at any time. Also, it integrates with an organization's existing directories and identity systems. 

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.4/5

  • Capterra: 4.2/5

9. JumpCloud

Jumpcloud

Jumpcloud is an identity management software that provides complete identity lifecycle management. It automates identity and access management from the beginning of the user's journey throughout their tenure with your organization.

With Jumpcloud's open directory platform, you can centrally manage identity and credentials with one identity approach. Moreover, it automates the provisioning and deprovisioning of the apps to the users with respect to access. 

Further, the tool automates the identity creation of a new user, access changes throughout the identity lifecycle, and identity and access termination on a user leaving your organization.

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.6/5

  • Capterra: 4.7/5

10. IBM Security Verify

IBM

IBM Security Verify offers an identity management solution with a hybrid cloud. It provides in-depth workforce identity and access management. In addition, the solution will protect the users and apps with a SaaS approach that leverages the cloud.

The tool centralized access control for SaaS apps and added a security layer such as multi-factor authentication (MFA). It continuously evaluates the user's risk. Further, it helps to increase performance, security, and reliability for users to access SaaS apps securely. It manages the user lifecycle throughout an employee's tenure.

Pros

Cons

Customer Rating

  • G2: 4.3/5

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