Nexus PRIME is a flexible and scalable software platform for centralized identity and access management (IAM).
Using PRIME, you can enforce uniform policies in the management of identities, credential data and physical access entitlements. You get centralized and correct information on who is in possession of which physical or digital access credentials and entitlements at any given time.
Onboarding or offboarding of employees, students, visitors or contractors is done through user-friendly self-service interfaces. PRIME also allows for secure and cost-efficient business process support: changes in your organization, such as re-organizations or role changes, can be implemented in PRIME with a single click.
PRIME consist of a framework and five optional modules: RFID Card Management, Physical Entitlement Management, PKI Token Management, Visitor Management, and Server Certificate Management. You can get the modules as best-practice packages for instant use or as toolkits to create custom-designed workflows.
PRIME key features include:
- The ability to combine the management of physical and digital access control in one central solution.
- Excellent transparency, reporting options, and compliance across units and locations.
- Lifecycle management of identities and credentials.
- The ability to assign and manage access profiles for multiple physical access control systems (PACS).
- Best-practice standard modules for all relevant IAM challenges, such as management of RFID cards, physical access entitlement, PKI cards and tokens, server certificates and visitors.
- A powerful and flexible workflow engine, based on Business Process Model Notation (BPMN) standards, which reflects and documents your business processes.
- Support for all market-relevant RFID technologies, PKI cards and tokens, server certificates, mobile apps used for two-factor authentication and physical access control systems.
- Standard interfaces for seamless integration with other systems, such as corporate directories, authentication systems, access control systems, mail servers and public key infrastructure (PKI) systems.
- A mobile-enabled self-service portal, to allow for user acceptance and cost savings.
- Multi-tenancy, which means you can run separate virtual systems on the same instance of the software platform.
- The ability to choose which modules you want to include, and whether you want the modules as best-practice packages for instant use or as toolkits for creating custom-designed workflows.