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Track Internal Users on PEM When PEM Registration Invite Sent to partner

Currently many users (MFT BA's & Engineers) are utilizing PEM, the number of users utilizing PEM may increase in the future. So there is a need to define a process or mechanism within PEM to track which internal EFX user is sending out new registration invite via PEM t. Currently many of the TP registrations are just sitting in 'Approval Pending- Approve/Reject' status. So if we have a way to track who sent the registration that would be great.


  • Guest
  • May 28 2021
  • Not under consideration
What is your industry? Financial Markets
How will this idea be used?

If we have a way to find out who sent the registration that will be used for security reasons and also following up can be made to partner if any additional information is needed.

  • Guest commented
    6 Aug 08:24pm

    Thanks for the update Greg.

  • Admin
    Greg Russell commented
    6 Aug 06:18pm

    Steven,

    Given that we have announced end of market of the SaaS option for PEM, I don't anticipate that we will be getting to this enhancement any time in the near future.

  • Guest commented
    3 Jun 07:03pm

    I assume there is some mis-communication here.

    As we are using SaaS PEM we dont have view to check which user sent the invite registration to partner. So we want to know, by looking at partner profile we should know which internal user sent the invitation registration. Please let me know if you have any questions.

  • Admin
    Greg Russell commented
    3 Jun 04:57pm

    Steven,

    Thanks for your suggestion. As we are moving toward Single Sign On for PEM in future releases, we anticipate that establishing separate logins for PEM will become fewer as most customers will want to manage their PEM access in a similar fashion to how they are for SFG and B2Bi. As a result, moving forward, we believe the need to require sponsor users and partners to register will become less of an issue.

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