Map Course Key Terms and Course Summary

Key Terms and Definitions: General

Term Definition
Module Stracl comprises four menu groups: Engage, Communicate, Train, and Map. User access to these modules is managed by the Stracl Administrator.
Project This is where you work in Stracl. You can set up multiple Projects. Projects are set up, maintained, and access is controlled by the Stracl Administrator.
Dynamic Labels These are field labels that can be customized for all Stracl projects (instance wide) or on selected projects (project specific). The Stracl Administrator can customize the menus and reports for your organization, so that they fit with your process or project terminology.
Filters Filters are a way to sort or categorize information entered in a module. Filters are used to organize and group Stakeholders, Communications, Training Courses, Positions, and Security data. The Stracl Administrator will set up and maintain the filters for your organization.
Business Roles (Dynamic Label) Business Roles is the default field label that is used by the Map module. In Stracl you can rename the Business Roles label to another name, such as Job or Position. These changes are managed by the project team and the Stracl Administrator to match your organization’s process names or requirements.
Org Data Your organization’s employee data. The information about a person is limited to basic data such as ID, name, email address, manager, and location. No passwords, work performance history, salary details, or personal data is ever collected and stored in Stracl.
Mapping The process of linking system users to their positions.

Key Terms and Definitions: Stracl Users

Term Definition
Administrators Individuals who are responsible for managing and maintaining Stracl.
Users Individuals who enter and maintain data in Stracl modules. Users are billable. They are set up in Stracl by the Administrator when he or she sets up user security
Mappers Individuals who map Users to Positions. Mappers are not billable. If you have large number of mappers who are not setup as users in Stracl at your organization, you should contact Stracl Sales to learn more about Single Sign On (SSO) / SAML details and pricing.
Manager The individuals who review and approve mapping of end users to positions.
Role Owner An individual in the business track who creates and edits positions, and then links or un-links security roles and training courses to those positions. Frequently the Role Owner assigns this task to a subject matter expert, and then reviews and approves their SME’s work.
Security Team The individual or group of individuals that manages Security Roles and shares this information with the mappers.
Training Team The individual or group of individuals that manages training requirements.

Key Terms and Definitions: Technology

Term Definition
REST API This app connects Stracl to your organization’s org data for automatic scheduled updates, eliminating the need for manual spreadsheet uploads in Stracl. This is a separately priced service, so contact Stracl Sales for details and pricing.
SSO Single Sign On (SSO) allows your managers or employees to access Stracl using their corporate federated accounts to do mapping and approval. Stracl SSO uses SAML protocol and works with cloud systems like OKTA, Centrify, Bitium, and OneLogin. This is a separately priced service, so contact Stracl Sales for details and pricing.

Course Summary

Now that you have completed this course you should be able to:

  • Explain what Stracl Role Mapping is and why it is important
  • Explain the Map software menu and dashboard structure
  • Describe the tasks that a Map module user will perform
  • Map end users to Business Roles
  • Review and approve mapping assignments
  • Run and analyze Mapping reports
  • Answer Stracl Map module FAQs
  • Use Stracl Map module tips and tricks

Great job at completing your Stracl Map Module Training!

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