OrgScan governs organizational policies by enforcing the security and compliance rules mandated for your Salesforce environment.Get a Free SFDC Quickscan →
Unfortunately, companies often fall out of compliance with the rules and policies they put in place. OrgScan provides the visibility you need to avoid audits, security issues, loss of proprietary information.
Why put rules in place if you aren’t going to verify they are being followed? OrgScan provides the accountability you need to remain in compliance with important rules and policies.
A thorough understanding of what your Salesforce org contains informs the rules you need to follow.
Customizations and add-ons require policies that won’t apply to anybody besides you.
Pre-established rules and policies exist within your Salesforce environment and need to be addressed.
The number of managed packages and apps available as add-ons to your Salesforce platform continues to expand every year. This is great because the technology provides additional functionality, but it can also lead to an unmanageable influx of metadata, rules, and permission sets. OrgScan helps you sift through these settings so nothing falls between the cracks.
Expanded metadata rules specifically address profiles, permission sets, user settings, session settings, and flow.
Integration of new UI elements for analysis of metadata rules.
Personalized dashboards display findings for easy reporting, tracking, and analysis.
Straightforward functionality doesn’t require coding knowledge, making it usable by admins, low-code developers, and more.
You don't have to be a developer with 20 years of experience to understand the intricacies of your Salesforce environment. With OrgScan, you can:
Finding data sets only gives you something to store. You also need to be able to interpret that information in order to benefit from it.
OrgScan gathers actionable information that can be used to address current needs and establish policies and procedures to provide continued coverage. Thorough, specialized dashboards and reports provide detailed information about the success and failures regarding enforcement of your policies.