Enterprise Identity Data Management (EIDM)To propose a multidimensional decision support framework based on a ERP systems and Balanced

Scorecard to design an artifact for developing a decision support instrument for introducing EIDMS
Enterprise identity data management can be found in variety of organizational processes. ERP is the basis for efficient EIDM and this paper propose the EIDM solution on the basis of critical success factors derived through ERP systems and are critical for implementation of EIDM. Enterprise identity data management system, EIDM, ERP implementation, Siemen and ERP, Balance score card, ERP critical success factors. Short teaser without bullet points [English]


where organizations have to face various costs for the planning. The Acid Test of Corporate Identity Management might avoid some of the pitfalls which they can face when designing corporate identity change strategies.[3] This paper presents a general model for describing the framework of identity management in cross-border contexts.[1] Research shows that corporate identity strategies are being built around the vision of corporation made by top management.[2] Digital identity provides real world entities the attributes and exchange of data between organizations as data exchange in individual data authorities in a trusted data exchange environment. This paper proposed the initial idea of how valuable will be the introduction of EIDM in an organization on the basis of balance score card approach.1 Introduction [Text] Sir said that we will start our topic with ERP which will be provided by Maryam Noor she will make a matrix which will have CSFs and please tell her to emphasis on CSFs of ERP which relates and give basis for EIDM and then we will link ERP with EIDM and we will talk about EIDM’s CSFs and balance score card approach and our conclusion with a visit to Siemens and this Siemens case study will support our arguments. and which credentials to present in response to authentication or attribute requests. the implementation. and the operation of such systems.[5] 2 . Most of the countries have installed SIM for identification purpose. User-centric identity management systems lets users choose. Methodology used was open ended questionnaire of 17 items. for example. 2 Literature review The introduction of Enterprise Identity Management Systems (EIdMS) in organizations is a costly and challenging endeavor.[4] Single-sign-on systems are popular tools for addressing identity needs: they attempt to unify all accounts and access rights into one system per enterprise against which users can authenticate themselves. what personal data to disclose under various conditions.

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