Every company that participates in the MYOBI Trusted Network must be given at least one user the role of Company Admin. The Company Admin is authorised to assign roles (and related rights) to other users in their own company. The company is fully in control of the allocation of roles to users via the Company Admin.
The service desk has no influence on this. The service desk can, however, appoint a Company Admin within the organisation, but only after an authenticity check has been carried out.
The company admin is often assigned to the director or head of a department. A board secretary or secretary of the Board of Management are also examples of users with the role of company admin. After all, they know the organization and have the mandate to assign the roles.
The Company Admin has all permissions within the system. This means that the Company Admin can “read”, “comment” and “sign”.
For the other authorisations, the Business Process Coordinator will have to add authorisations to the Company Admin, for example when a new business process has been started or during a contract negotiation.
The Company Admin may assign roles to users in the system. The Company Admin may also view licenses that the organisation has taken out. The Company Admin cannot invite people in business processes or contracts. For this, the relevant role must always be assigned. The Company Admin is mainly responsible for administrative implementation and does this at the highest level, namely system wide.
The Company Admin is also the user who, at the request of the Business Process Coordinator, can invite another organisation to participate in a business process.