BargeOps Expands Role Based Permissions

Security is always top of mind for anyone with IT responsibilities these days. It’s also top of mind for the BargeOps team who recently enhanced several elements related to permissions, in other words, who on your team gets access to what.

Mark Maxwell, BargeOps Product Manager, stated, “some companies want their dispatchers to view billing details and some do not, we’ve enhanced existing elements of the software to give management more flexibility than they’ve ever had before.”

BargeOps provides the ability to group multiple features into different functional areas and those can be assigned to specific individuals in a customized way. We do this by using role-based permissions to provide the level of access needed for each screen and element on a screen.

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BargeOps Product Manager” type=”left, right”]Some companies want their dispatchers to view billing details and some do not, we’ve enhanced existing elements of the software to give management more flexibility than they’ve ever had before.[/pullquote]

We added another level of depth to strengthen existing role-based permissions. With this release, permissions can be set down to the column level within a grid or list on the screen. Now, information which may require additional protection, like financial and contract data, can be managed more tightly.

“Since our customers are the ones that spend time on our nation’s waterways, we’re excited when our team is presented with unique ideas that make great enhancements to BargeOps,” said Mark Peterman, President, Cornerstone Solutions Group.

For more information on all 34 new features included in this BargeOps 4.0 SP2, please sign-up for a demo.

 

 

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