Project Deployment features of the JAM Toolkit supports the capture of user mapping, checking segregation of duties, identifying training requirements and supporting role build with valuable technical details.
Project deployments are a regular occurrence, whether clients are migrating to SAP for the first time; upgrading to the latest release or enhancing the SAP landscape with new applications, the objectives for deploying SAP access largely remain the same. Allow the end-users to fulfill their SAP responsibilities whilst maintaining compliance and delivering access that fulfills the business needs.
The JAM Toolkit provides a number of useful features (right) to ease your project deployment journey, reduce risk, increase success and save time and costs for you and your deployment partners.
The JAM Toolkit is built around a successful deployment methodology with proven success. Understanding the access related operating model is key to a successful role build and user mapping journey. The deployment wheel below provides an insight to the JAMTEC methodology and the JAM Toolkit allows client to adopt and adapt the wheel to their needs.
The JAM Toolkit is a repository for a client’s access design and can be used to accelerate project deployments in several ways. Whether the projects follow a wave deployment methodology for a global roll out (i.e S/4 HANA), or introduces new systems to the IT landscape (i.e. SAP Cloud Apps) the JAM Toolkit can capture the design and add them to the repository.
Once the access design is documented in the JAM Toolkit repository, operational teams can leverage the data to improve decision making, safeguard the integrity of the design, provide efficiencies and reduce operational costs.
User Mapping is a key deliverable for many projects to ensure that End-Users are assigned the appropriate access at go-live. Here’s a short video on how to map a job to a user in the JAM Toolkit.
Select the required Group (Project) and the dashboard will display outstanding User Mapping (Jobs without Users and visa versa) and Training requirements.
A defined Operating Model with Business Units and Entities will drive the role derivation and user mapping requirements of a project, ensuring clear and accurate scope.