QCloud Security and Licence Audits Deliver Accurate, Actionable Insights on Security Weaknesses and ERP Usage Statistics to Help Customers Stay Secure and Optimise Licence Usage.
Oracle Partners Q Software Global and Redfaire have announced a partnership agreement enabling Redfaire’s Managed Services clients to benefit from Q Software’s powerful QCloud automated security and licence auditing solutions for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
With these Cloud-based services, Redfaire will proactively monitor for issues that could jeopardize the integrity of their clients’ ERP systems, leave them vulnerable to fraud, and incur unforeseen damages and costs.
“Our Managed Service customers rely on us to keep their ERP running smoothly, and we’re always looking for new ways to nurture and safeguard these critical business systems,” said Brian McInerney, Chief Executive Officer at Redfaire. “We’re excited to work with Q Software, recognised experts in ERP security, audit and compliance, to offer our customers these innovative services.”
“Redfaire has been a valued Q Software Partner for several years,” said Mike Ward, Chief Executive Officer at Q Software. “We’re delighted that they’ve decided to include QCloud in their Premium Managed Services offering.”
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Security Audit highlights key risks, such as Segregation of Duties conflicts and users with access to Critical Objects. It also identifies weaknesses that are often overlooked, such as inactive users or redundant roles, which could be exploited by a fraudster.
Licence Audit gives detailed statistics on actual ERP module usage, helping customers to monitor compliance with their Oracle ERP Licence agreement and provide evidence for licence negotiations.
Redfaire and Q Software are attending Oracle OpenWorld in London on 12th-13th February, and will be hosting a Networking reception for the JD Edwards community on the evening of 12th February.