Access Rights and Managing Users

Managing users and access rights to information contained in your computer systems prevents confusion while ensuring the safety of your operations.

Reliable Data Security

All rights reside in the administrator. He can add new users by giving them a special status and set what access to allow them. He also has access to additional configuration options and management of subscriptions.

A single user can make changes, add new tests, access statistics, or simply access the publisher and reports without being able to modify the variations or objectives.

The Jarca Method

Jarca helps you implement the best solution for your business today and tomorrow.

Features and/or Industries

  • Distribution of different users’ rights
  • Lost-password management
  • Privacy settings, sharing information, and modification settings


  • Use and know the settings that define access rights of your users
  • Keep information private and accessible only to specific users
  • Ensure the confidentiality of information entered into your systems
  • Grant sharing and editing rights to appropriate members of the organization


  • Flexible management of access rights
  • Ability to create and modify the user groups and roles dynamically
  • Synchronizing access among multiple systems

Create your own personal confidentiality settings to optimize your control on YOUR data

Managing user access to information is fundamental to the safety and confidentiality of information within a small or medium-sized business. Various types of access to software systems to protect assets is managed through different profiles that users can modify.

Effective management of access is possible with Jarca solutions that provide administrator and manager profiles a comprehensive overview of their business, allowing them to choose levels of information sharing.

Jarca defines the administrator user as having all rights and access to all information. She can add, remove, or modify users and define their access rights to information. A single user can make changes and access statistics, or simply be able to access information without being able to change the content or objectives.

Many types of access are possible depending on the department. Each access depends on a particular role (customer service, operations, personnel management, etc.) For example, the administrator would have access to the entirety of information while the customer service department would only see basic information about the customer without access to revenue or financial statements. The current challenges facing small and medium-sized businesses face in this area are mostly to properly use these options and know the parameters over which they have control. They also want to keep certain information confidential, but make it available to a narrow portion of users. Jarca software solutions offer security and extraordinary flexibility that support administrators to define their choice of parameters, their security levels, as well as synchronize access among systems.

For example, Jarca can suggest three ways to manage access rights:

  1. By page (eg, visualization of pages of lists of customers)
  2. By function (eg, visualization of the list of clients without seeing columns labelled “income,” “profit,” etc.)
  3. By entity (eg, visualization of customer lists, but only seeing customers in a specific region without access to the whole list)