User Account Provisioning

Identity Lifecycle Automation in Your Hands

Our provisioning solutions, HelloID (cloud) and NIM (on-premise), connect and synchronize your HR system to your downstream business applications. With automation, your HR system becomes a single source of truth for greater control of your digital identities.

Affordable and Secure Provisioning

Bottleneck-Free Onboarding

New employees reliably receive everything they need on day one.

Controlled Offboarding

When employees depart, all resources and permissions are accurately revoked.

Detailed Evaluations

Personnel changes in the HR system are detected and propagated throughout the day.

Audit Compliance

Fast compliance with GDPR, NEN, ISO, BIO, AVG, etc.

A Better Way to Manage User Accounts

Automated user provisioning removes the problems and delays caused by manually managing user accounts across multiple systems.

For many organizations, HR software is new employees’ first entry point. More and more companies follow this policy: “If an employee is not registered in our HR software, we won’t do anything.”

Human resource systems serve as an organization’s single source of truth. The next logical step is using HR software as the primary source for automating user account management tasks.

This is precisely what our provisioning solutions were designed for. This includes automatically detecting changes in personnel data (such as new hires, promotions, and name updates), then synchronizing the data to your target systems (including Active Directory, Office 365, and Google Workspace) and business applications (like SAP and Salesforce).

Automated provisioning ensures that employees get the right resources for their jobs, thus improving overall IT service, saving time and money, and increasing security.

Principle of Least Privilege

To maximize security, our provisioning solutions follow the Principle of Least Privilege. Role Modeling and Business Rules ensure that employees are assigned the required resources their position needs—not too little or too much.

Too much privilege can lead to security and compliance issues, especially if granted over months or years and without revocation. Too little privilege means valuable employees do not have the resources to effectively and securely do their job.

Provisioning Your Way

Universal Compatibility

Connector library with 150+ source and target system connectors, plus PowerShell fallback

Role Management

Business Rules to manage entitlements such as access rights, application licenses, and more

Audit Logging and Reporting

Enhanced logging and scheduled reports

Security Risks Eliminated

No more orphaned accounts, permission creep, or stranded licenses

Accuracy and Reliability

Thresholds, previews, and account deduplication prevent mistakes before they occur

Advanced Microsoft Integration

Triple-A support for Active Directory, Exchange, Azure, Teams, Office 365, and SharePoint

An IT Department’s Nightmare

Manually managing user accounts across multiple systems can quickly become an IT nightmare.

When a new employee comes on, IT departments typically have to wait for input from HR and department managers to properly create and manage new accounts and their resources.

In some organizations, it’s not uncommon for this process to take hours, if not days. This results in frustrated new employees not having the right resources to do their job until someone gets back to them.

When an employee changes departments, revoking irrelevant permission from a user’s prior role is often not given priority by IT administrators and, as a result, may be overlooked. This leads to a buildup of access privileges, becoming a major concern for IT administrators today.

Additionally, this lag leaves organizations vulnerable to terminated employees who still have access to company resources.

Meet the IT Department’s New Best Friend

Automating provisioning with lifecycle management means hiring, firing, promotions, changes, and more are made simple and secure with automation.

With Automated User Account Provisioning, account creation, authorization, change, disablement, and deletion happen automatically when new information is entered into a “sourcing” system, e.g., an HR system.

This results in a more efficient and secure user provisioning process that automatically manages the full user lifecycle across multiple systems without the IT department’s intervention, based on pre-approved RBAC scenarios using roles and business rules.

Full lifecycle management involves changes to an employee’s information and status throughout employment.


New user entitlements are automatically assigned upon hire.


New access rights are automatically assigned with promotions or department changes.


Terminated employees’ permissions are promptly revoked.


Employees can update their personal profile information.

With automated user provisioning, the IT department is freed up to work on more critical IT needs for the organization.

Automated Permission Assignment

A comprehensive business processes approach will include a user account provisioning system that manages user account creation and deletion and their associated roles and privileges. This is done using the Attribute-Based Access Controls (ABAC) method to determine user access to the IT services that match their assigned roles within the organization.

Besides granting IT services to new users, ABAC also eliminates unnecessary IT services from existing user profiles. This removal of extra permissions greatly improves overall system integrity by reducing the risks associated with employees leaving their position within your company.

Our solutions help companies manage their employees’ identities by automating the entire user provisioning and access management processes. As a result, IT and managers can quickly and easily add, remove, and update users, roles, and permissions for any type of application. Automation makes account management fast, simple, secure, and cost-effective.

Automated Provisioning in the Real World

Below you can find real-life situations where automated provisioning helps.

New Employee

A new hire needs an email address, a home directory, user groups, and possibly additional accounts depending on their job function.

Our provisioning solutions will automatically assign a unique username and full name across all appropriate target systems. In a typical directory, such as Active Directory, we can set the OU, assign the email, create a home folder with permissions, and more. They will also add any required resources and configure them for use by the user.

As a result, customizable workflows reduce errors and increase efficiency since managers and supervisors know who should have access and can quickly approve or deny the request.


Once an employee has been promoted, our provisioning solutions will update their directory profile accordingly. In addition, if the user needs additional accounts, those will automatically be created.

To prevent permission creep, Business Roles will add and delete new roles as needed. This reduces the organization’s risks of a data security incident and helps meet compliance requirements for access control.

Employee Departures

After an employee has left an organization, they need to be deprovisioned—i.e., their accounts and permissions need to be disabled for security reasons. Our solutions take action automatically to prevent former employees from accessing company resources.

Their accounts are usually isolated for a certain period of time before they are permanently deleted. This process must happen across all target systems to which the former employee had access to prevent security breaches.

Ad Hoc Requests

Sometimes, automated user provisioning is impossible; for example, a user is a temporary worker and not in the HR systems. A delegated manual web form from Tools4ever’s software solutions can initiate the same automated user provisioning process. These ad hoc moments can easily fit into the security backend of an automated system.

No More Manual Account Management

Our solutions, HelloID and NIM, are easy-to-implement, affordable, “Do-It-Yourself” cloud and on-premise provisioning solutions. HelloID is ideal for small-to-midsize organizations or school districts looking to implement a cloud strategy. NIM is aimed at enterprises with 30,000+ users using an on-premise strategy.

With HelloID and NIM, every change in your HR system is automatically detected and propagated throughout your network. This includes new hires, department changes, promotions, terminations, and even temporary accounts. Not only does this free up valuable IT time, but it also increases security and efficiency, making provisioning and deprovisioning a breeze.

Most provisioning solutions incur expensive consultation and support costs. However, HelloID and NIM were designed for self-management. Along with our consultancy services, we offer multiple resources that help your team succeed. The free resources we offer are:

  • Extensive Documentation
  • Free Training
  • Tutorial VideosTutorial Videos
  • Open-Source Connector Library

These resources allow your team to implement and manage a successful identity management ecosystem.

How Our Solutions Can Help Your Organization

Fewer Mistakes and Time Wasters

Manual provisioning is time-consuming, prone to human error, and costly. In addition, untimely updates create security risks.

Automated User Account Provisioning provides several benefits, such as improved security, reduced IT costs, increased productivity, and better employee satisfaction.

With our solutions, error-prone and time-consuming manual processes are eliminated. As a result, control is centralized, which means no more emails, sticky notes, or communication bottlenecks between IT and HR.

Greater control means greater accuracy, lower costs, and fewer security risks. IT can automatically create, manage, and delete user accounts based on source information in the organization’s HR system. Less manual entry frees up time for long-term projects that truly matter and offers the System Administrator a clear understanding of who has access to what applications.

Compliance improves as well. On-demand, detailed reports readily demonstrate who has access to which, their managers, and more.

Users benefit, too, as automated user provisioning helps reduce the number of passwords required to log into various applications. Furthermore, new employees receive their accounts, access rights, and other resources on day one.

Fast Audit Compliance

Nowadays, organizations must comply with a host of regulatory requirements such as COX, HIPAA, etc. Noncompliance costs are high, and penalties can include fines or even criminal charges.

Auditors from various regulatory agencies conduct audits to verify compliance. These audits require access to information stored in databases, such as user data, financial records, and other sensitive documents.

Automated User Account Provisioning helps organizations meet their audit compliance requirements by creating easily accessible audit trails. Specifically, our solutions have detailed logging and reporting features that fully comply with IT security audit requirements. We are experienced in rapid implementations to achieve compliance as quickly as possible. As a result, our customers frequently receive praise from auditors for their excellent audit results.

Flexible Entitlement Mappings

If you plan to offer different levels of access to your users, you will need to map those entitlements onto your users. This mapping process is known as entitlement management and is often done manually.

This requires the team responsible for entitlement management to spend hours entering data into spreadsheets and databases. Not only does this take time away from more important tasks, but it is error-prone, too, with compromised security a single typo away.

By designing detailed role models (typically by senior IT or security officers) and automated user account provisioning, you can ensure everyone has the right access to perform their job. This increases both security and user satisfaction while decreasing costs.

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