Role-based User Permissions
Role-based user permissions differentiate standard users from users with permission to access certain files within a DMS, and these permissions can be specified quickly, efficiently, and without error to a DMS administrator or manager’s liking—ensuring your accounting department is in compliance and not leaking valuable information.
Depending on how hierarchy is structured with the role-based user permissions feature, administrators can call support teams to assign auditor licenses to external auditors, which are different than the user licenses an organization has with DMS. With role-based user permissions, administrators in your accounting department can also manage file retention schedules and employees with equal precision—automating, in many respects, the managerial process and freeing up time to tend to more pressing issues.
Role-based user permissions provide ‘view only’ access to organizations in any industry that is subjected to audits, and ensure auditors won’t mistakenly alter the information in the event your accounting department is audited.