Blue Prism and SailPoint partner to deliver new governance capabilities

The partnership between Blue Prism and SailPoint has been established in an aim to deliver enhanced security and governance to the RPA market.

Customers will now be able to govern digital workers by managing their credentials, including those relevant to Separation of Duties (SoD) policies.

This new feature will allow for improved compliance reporting and security, as well as a full automation cycle.

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“Together, we will help our joint customers extend their identity strategy to include best-in-class governance over RPA,” said Ed Barry, VP of technology partners at SailPoint. “Software bots need to be treated like all other users within an organisation.

“With the proper governance controls in place, enterprises of all sizes can have a bird’s eye view over what applications and digital workers can access according to their function in the business.

“This is an important next step in identity programs as today’s modern business continues to ramp up automation projects as part of their digital transformation efforts.”

SailPoint’s Predictive Identity solution will automate the management, provisioning and securing of user access to on-premise and cloud applications and data.

Credentials maintained by Blue Prism, meanwhile, can now gain access to Blue Prism roles, processes and resources.

This integration aims to optimise human-machine collaboration and identity governance workloads. Digital workers need identity governance as they, like their human colleagues, can access sensitive data.

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“We always adhere and support the highest security and compliance standards,” says Bruce Mazza, vice-president, Technology Alliance Program at Blue Prism. “It is a Blue Prism hallmark. By helping extend the transparency, governance and security capabilities, we continue to strengthen the enterprise grade features of our digital workforce through this partnership.”


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Aaron Hurst

Aaron Hurst is Information Age's senior reporter, providing news and features around the hottest trends across the tech industry.