Fathom™ User Roles

Fathom™ Control employs a role-based access control system. Roles are specific permission policies that determine what a user can and cannot do. A user role can be delegated to provide tailored access to the system for users, applications or services. 

Fathom Control roles adopt a hierarchical structure. For example, only an Administrative role in an organization has the ability to grant and change permissions assigned to other users in the organization.

Fathom Control provides a number of roles. 

Example:

Administrator
(Fathom Control User)

  • Employee or agent of the organization. Has permission to perform all actions and see all venues within the organization.
  • Organization superuser (Fathom Control)

Default User
(Fathom Control User)

  • Employee or agent of the Organization.
  • Edit their own record. List and view venues. Name, categorize, configure and add monitors to devices. 
  • Can download CSV data (restricted to “My Beacons”)
  • Use Installer App
  • Cannot: Add/edit venues. Access billing.

Financial
(Fathom Control User)

  • Employee or agent of the Organization. Edit their own record. 
  • Can only access billing.

Installer
(Fathom Human user)

  • Employee or agent of the Organization.
  • Edit their own record. Add/edit venues. Name, categorize, configure and add monitors to devices.
  • Can download CSV data (restricted to “My Beacons”)
  • Use Installer App
  • Cannot: Access billing.

API Administrator
(Fathom API user)

  • API Administrative agent of the organization for all API calls for the organization's data and context
  • This role may not exist with other roles.  
  • Can download CSV data (however not restricted to “My Beacons”)
  • Cannot: Login to the website.

API
(Fathom API user)

  • An agent of the organization Read-only.
  • This role may not exist with other roles.
  • List and view venues. List and get devices.
  • Download CSV data (Not restricted to "My Beacons").
  • Cannot: Access their own account record. Login to the website.
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