The focus of identity orchestration is to offer your customers wonderful interaction experiences at every point of contact.
This means that automated workflows are designed for different identity application scenarios such as fraud detection, proof of identity, authentication or authorisation. Orchestration offers a faster and more agile approach for implementing changes compared with conventional programmed solutions.
With the Nevis Identity Suite, you can offer your users secure, convenient and passwordless access to your digital offerings and services. This access mainly involves orchestrating the customer/partner journey.
The unique added value of orchestration is that it covers all your identity services and allows you to visualise and map the services throughout the user journey. What’s more, integration projects do not require costly development work and can instead be conducted on a no-code/low-code basis. By allocating multiple identity technologies and streamlining the integration process, orchestration gives companies a comprehensive overview of the user journey through the lens of a uniform identity structure.
Code-Independent Workflows / Process Extensibility
A process workflow offers an optimised user experience that guides customers through a process, such as progressive profiling during the login procedure. With Identity Orchestration, you can adapt processes to different user situations or contexts quickly.
Process extensibility lets companies configure predefined process workflows in a flexible manner. This allows you to react quickly and dynamically to changes in a customer’s situation or context, even if the CIAM software is already integrated into the IT landscape.
Different contexts and situations can necessitate different workflows. The more agile and flexible a company can be in dealing with its customer requirements, the greater the potential for more revenue, greater customer satisfaction and higher capital yield.
The composable-pattern concept in nevisAdmin 4 provides several mechanisms that enable the extensibility of processes as well as the definition and adaptation of identity flows to different situations.
A/B Tests of the Customer Journeys
The idea of A/B tests in the context of CIAM is to optimise registration and login sequences for the purpose of maximising a desired result.
One possible use case could be to minimise registration cancelations and reduce the number of interested parties who begin the registration process but then fail to complete it. The question here is: why did they fail to complete?
It would be useful to have the ability to change the registration sequence with some hypotheses in order to test and observe whether the new version (version B) works better than version A. A percentage of the data traffic is still directed to registration A and another percentage to registration B.
Nevis customers can conduct A/B tests. This is based on a technique known as side-by-side deployment:
Consent and Privacy Management
Consent and privacy management is extremely important for the CIAM system in the context of the European Union’s GDPR requirements.
Nowadays, large companies have dedicated systems such as Actionable Data Intelligence for GDPR analyses, OneTrust for automating applications for subject rights and many more to cover all aspects of the GDPR requirements.
Nevis provides a small but useful function for obtaining consent to the general terms of business either during the registration procedure or later in the profile management functions.
nevisIDM terms and conditions:
The consent and the general terms of business are accessible via the API and can be used in the profile management screens of a customer to display all the accepted GTCs for a specific user.
Omnichannel Customer Journey
Customers expect to interact with companies across multiple channels (mobile, web, chatbots). Successful companies use the ubiquity as well as biometric functions along with camera and sensor functions of smartphones as omnichannel authentication keys.
Our Access app and our SDK can be used to authenticate users with native biometrics from anywhere and at any time.
Consistent CIAM Despite Brand Diversification
Large companies often have several brands with different end-user and partner target groups. Separate brand portals and logins must be available. However, it is costly and inefficient to have different CIAM systems for each brand. A better solution would be to have one standard CIAM system that can support multiple brands and customer journeys.
Nevis can support complex customer journeys for multiple brands in one standard CIAM solution. The brand support includes: