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Nydia Neuss

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Hi Nydia!

Our tool has a robust permission management system that allows system administrators to assign different levels of permissions to different users, based on their roles and responsibilities within the organization.

For example, some users may only need to view the results of data quality checks, while others may need to modify or delete operations within the Factory. The system administrator can assign these different levels of permissions to ensure that users have access only to the functionalities necessary for their job duties.

In a shared environment, the system administrator will have the responsibility to manage the permissions for each user. This ensures that the data remains secure and that users only have access to the information that they need to do their job.

I hope my explanation was clear. The information in response to this topic may also be valuable: 


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