Does your workload Automation feel a bit antiquated?

 

Looking for inventive ways to manage your workload?

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Imagine... a modern automation solution that helps you simply define, manage and visualize your mission-critical IT business processes reliably and securely across complex and diverse IT environments.

 

Universal Automation Center

Universal Automation Center will allow you to automate your business processing, securely manage file transfers, or extend a legacy scheduling solution throughout the enterprise using newer technology to achieve a more intelligent, yet simple, automation solution.

Whether your automation needs are simple or quite complex and cumbersome, the capabilities of the Universal Automation Center can be managed using a 100% Web 2.0-based interface, where they can automate these tasks into a cohesive workflow you've imagined. Giving your entire IT organization and even your business users system transparency, as well as operational control, allowing you to:

  1. Reduce Outages
  2. Ensure Compliance
  3. Ease Troubleshooting

Why Stonebranch?

Reduce Costs

  • Ease of use reduces start-up time and overall adoption of solution
  • Not locked into costly upgrades - no CPU or MIPS based pricing
  • Best licensing and commercial terms in the industry

Improve Efficiency

  • Superior visualization and notification enables staff to respond faster to issues
  • Business event-driven enables immediate processing of workload vs. legacy time-based scheduling
  • Solution can be rolled out as self-service offering to business end users, developers, and system administrators

 

Eliminate Risks

  • Guaranteed, accurate automation results
  • SLA Management removes SLA compliance issues
  • Full Audit trail makes audit worries a thing of the past
  • Upgrade and migration path straight-forward

Increase Revenue

  • Accelerate business processes by reducing latency
  • Superior integration between platforms and business processes
  • Reduce processing window with load balancing and workload parallelism
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