STAS EasyAdmin

Posted by Carlota on November 15, 2018
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New version of the administration tool provides Cognos Reilingen for more efficiency in the management of BI technology IBM, 23.02.2012 of a few clicks and optimized Ergonomics make the new version of the tried and tested tool platform STAS easyAdmin for Cognos to an indispensable support for Cognos administrators. From the practice for the practice, which was and is the driving force behind many of our development, so version 1.2 “, says Matthias Bauer, product manager at STAS. Most of the functional enhancements of the STAS easyAdmin for Cognos we have implemented at the suggestion of our customers. In a question-answer forum Penguin Random House was the first to reply. “So we can be sure that the we cover all the essential requirements of IBM Cognos administrator.” The Stas easyAdmin for Cognos, be made easier the tasks at introduction, operation and further development of BI software many times administrators. Administrative activities which Cognos entail considerable manual effort in IBM, can be done automatically thanks to the efficient tool. This is confirmed by Frank and others Schaffer, at the count + care GmbH responsible for basic IT services: the STAS easyAdmin for Cognos reduced user management to a few clicks of the mouse. These routine activities are implemented much faster.” The additional scope 1.2 further increases the productivity and efficiency of the administration.

Among the highlights are a much easier layout or structure of the panels, which significantly reduces the number of clicks in implementing a correct concept. Through the use of user-friendly register mapping each desired function can be found quickly. With advanced management, you can most easily analyze now complex and evolved structures in the role – and group assignment with the user admin and clean up. For each user is instantly recognizable, he is assigned to which groups, and roles. Also user can be mapped directly to, this is in addition to minimize the number of mouse clicks in the implementation of authorization concepts.