In this Guide we are looking at how multi-tenant systems work in Veridate with the 'Enterprises' feature.
What is an Enterprise?
An Enterprise is a Tenant or a Company that uses our Cloud platform. Many Enterprises exist in our Cloud platform however for clients who have more stringent regulatory obligations and need to place data in specific jurisdictions then a Private Deployment is the best solution. With Private Deployment the client is effectively able to run their own cloud service all managed by Veridate. A use case for this is Corporate Services companies that wish to provide the platform to Principal Clients who in turn share their onboarding platform with their clients. There can be unlimited Enterprises tenants in one Private Deployment, this means that a single instance of supporting infrastructure can serve many Principal Clients or segregated departments within an organisation or independent jurisdictions under the same parent company.
Veridate supports single tenant and multi-tenant models which can be customised based on your requirements.
Whether your a small team or a large multi department organisation, we can fit your needs.
Where does this apply?
In a typical scenario, a 'Root User' would create Enterprises and create 'Administrator Users' within those tenancies (The Root User would never have access to data inside the Enterprise).
Then the Administrator Users have the permission to add additional Administrator Users and General Users.
Insight Across Enterprises
Root Users can also assign 'Power Users'. Power Users have access to perform Due Diligence, KYC and additional reporting functions, seeing Entity and sensitive data but cannot complete Entity level Onboarding applications within an Enterprise. These specific permissions can be customised on a granular level in the Administration Settings pages.
To discuss the configuration options available to fit a Private Multi-Tenant environment your business needs, contact our Sales team and schedule a demo.