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Users (Strytex term)

Last modified: July 17, 2019
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Users are people, as opposed to Members who are companies.

We use Staff instead of Users because we have had to define NonUsers and Users as specific subsets of Staff.

There are four different types of User:

  • Member Adminstrator
  • Member Agent
  • Member Exec
  • Member User

Member Administrator

A person employed by a Strytex Member or a Strytex Source who has administrative access to their Member Site. They have Read/Write access to the whole of the Member site

Member Agent

A person employed by a Strytex Member or a Strytex Source, who has been allocated Read Only access to relevant areas of their Member Site and relevant areas of the Strytex Portal and has the ability to lodge MAC’s and carry out basic tasks like loading documents. 

Member Exec

A person employed by a Strytex Member or a Strytex Source who has been allocated Read Only access to relevant areas of their Member Site and relevant areas of the Strytex Portal. Because this type of person uses the system very intermittently, they do not have the ability to lodge Mac’s or carry out basic tasks.

Member User

A person or people employed by a Strytex Member or a Strytex Source, who has Personal Information stored on the relevant Member Site, but does not have access to that Member Site.  We need this type of Staff so we can assign certificates against a every Member’s employees.

We also have groups defined as follows

Authorised Users

Collectively all users excluding Member Users

Users

Collectively all persons who are registered as Member Administrators, Member Agents, Member Execs and Member Users for a particular Member site and who are employees of that Member. Contractors are not considered as Member Staff.

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