Cupertino, CA, October 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Ultriva’s founder and CEO, Narayan Laksham, explained on the company blog how Ultriva’s cloud based platform is embedded with role-based architecture. Laksham described, “Every business application needs to manage different roles. Each role has a defined set of actions to be performed to make the application successful within an organization. Take a simple example of a procurement organization – it includes several roles – planner, buyer, supplier, material handler, receiving dock person, purchasing manager, supply chain manager, inspector, and materials manager. Each of these human resources has defined roles and responsibilities. That is what role-based architecture brings to the business application.”
Only Ultriva allows custom definition of roles specific to the business. The administrator defines these new roles and assign privileges – Menus, Actions, and Reports. Users are then assigned to those roles with access privileges controlled as a group. Even the external businesses like customers and suppliers can manage their users through these roles.
"Without role-based architecture a company would not be able to segment the application, provide controls on the tasks, drive systemization, and establish company hierarchy. Only with role-based architecture can a company run a department or division or a business effectively. It will be easy to map organizational roles to the application users, get alerts and actionable information to the appropriate users. Only this solution will ensure accountability for performing actions," noted Laksham.
To read the entire blog, go to: http://web.ultriva.com/ultriva-blog/bid/103175/Role-based-Architecture-Absolutely-Required-in-Supply-Chain-Software.
Ultriva’s (www.ultriva.com) cloud-based platform leverages seamlessly integrates with leading ERP and MRP systems, to deliver an end to end pull based replenishment solution. Ultriva, based in Cupertino, CA, implements a global demand driven manufacturing model by providing full visibility, scheduling, and sequencing of production of customer orders. Ultriva was named one of the Great Supply Chain Projects of 2014 by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine and the Ultriva blog was recently named one of 50 Best Supply Chain Blogs of 2014 according to SupplyChainOpz. The company’s global footprint is increasing rapidly with implementations in wide variety of industry sectors and enterprises such as Magellan Aerospace, CareFusion, Emerson, Ingersoll Rand, McKesson, Triumph Group, Regal Beloit, Thermo Fisher, and more. Follow Ultriva on Twitter at @Ultriva.