How did you select this vendor?
I found Idenhaus through phone solicitation on their part.
Describe the project in detail.
Idenhaus conducted a one-week consulting effort to help us develop our roadmap and isolate top vendor software platforms for a selection process. Once we purchased our software and were ready to execute, they provided personnel to help guide us through the process and provide technical expertise where we had gaps.
Overall, this project lasted about 14 months, from October 2017–December 2018. Since then, I have contracted with Idenhaus for several initiatives throughout my journey to transform our IAM capabilities.
I recently engaged them between June–July 2019 to help us develop a formal Q/A framework. We wanted to ensure we develop a quality solution with minimum time dedicated to manual testing. We needed to mature our testing processes and establish automation capabilities.
My goals were to develop a baseline framework with repeatable tests as well as a strategy for leveraging testing automation where possible. This testing framework would be the building block for our team's future test case development.
The statement of work had clearly defined goals for the types of test cases I wanted built out. He was asked to leverage our existing Q/A tools as possible and recommend an overall testing strategy going forward.
He documented not only the test cases but all the tribal knowledge that was required to perform testing. The Idenhaus consultant came onsite for his first week and his final week. In between, he worked remotely and we had checkpoint meetings twice a week.
What was the team composition?
Several members of the Idenhaus team have been engaged in parts of the project. The main resource is an IAM architect who plays multiple roles in our project.