The role is important for access restriction settings. It determines what data the user can access.
No user can exist within the system without a role. Each user has to have at least one role assigned to them based on their job position, impacting their workspace directly. Roles are named based on job positions or job descriptions of the employees. Each role has its own access right settings.
You can find this predefined set of roles in the system.
You, as the administrator, can change the role settings or add new roles based on your needs. Each user can have multiple roles, and each role can be assigned to multiple users.
You can set a wide range of access rights and permission for each role.