Security: To protect sensitive data and resources from unauthorized access, and reduce the risk of security breaches. Compliance: To meet regulatory requirements for data protection and privacy, such as those outlined in laws like GDPR and HIPAA. Productivity: To simplify and automate user access to resources, reducing the time and effort required to manage access and permissions. User experience: To provide a seamless and personalized experience for users, and improve their engagement with the company's products and services. Scalability: To manage the growth of the company and its user base, and ensure that the identity management system can scale to meet future demands. Cost savings: To reduce the costs associated with manual and time-consuming access management tasks, such as password resets and account provisioning. Business continuity: To ensure that critical business functions can continue in the event of a disaster or other disruptive event. Integration: To integrate with other systems and applications, and provide a unified view of user identity across the organization. Insights and reporting: To gain insights into user behavior and access patterns, and make informed decisions about security and compliance.