GRC: Case study: How Johnson & Johnson deployed SAP Access Control to advance its corporate risk and compliance imperatives

  • by Alka Paradkar , Johnson & Johnson
  • Neena Nash, Johnson & Johnson
  • March 10, 2019
Learn how Johnson & Johnson deployed a global SAP Access Control blueprint for a highly decentralized environment.

Learn how Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest multinational pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer health companies, deployed a global SAP Access Control blueprint for a highly decentralized environment. Examine challenges that were overcome, and how the company replaced the traditional support model with a managed services model aimed at continuous process improvements to stabilize the access control program. See firsthand how Johnson & Johnson:

  • Overcame the complexities involved in rolling out its global SAP Access Control design to all its business entities and business processes 
  • Remodeled the intake process for deploying SAP Access Control, tuned performance parameters, set up end-user training teams, and took an agile approach in role design
  • Invested in continuous process improvements, achieving SAP Access Control maturity without impacting the timeline of meeting the GRC road map for a global organization

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