To re-allocate budget from compliance to innovation, you need to increase automation in the delivery of your critical business services
For years the compliance part of your business has been under an increasingly extreme amount of pressure. This pressure causes problems in a number of areas as all of your available resources are dedicated to maintaining compliance, leaving little to no room for innovation. Innovation, in today’s hypercompetitive and fast-paced environment, should be non-negotiable, but with all of your resources and budget dedicated to compliance and just â€œkeeping the lights onâ€, your innovation-dependent digital transformation is in jeopardy.
Join us today to learn how BMC can help you move from solely focusing on maintaining compliance to focusing and funding innovation. You will learn:
• How Control-M can automate workloads across your entire infrastructure - whether the data is coming from a traditional relational database or from real-time streaming social media sentiment and everywhere in between!
• How with a Jobs-as-Code approach your developers can spend more time developing and your infrastructure and operations teams can quickly consume and manage all your critical workloads
• How other companies in the financial services industry are able to focus on innovation, while still maintaining compliance, and accelerate their transformation in the digital economy
• How Control-M can help you to accelerate the delivery of all of your applications and the business services they support
To learn more about how Control-M helps other companies in the financial services industry, get the Workload Automation resource kit here.
Learn how to move beyond compliance and increase innovation for your financial services organization.
Register for the webinar now.
Lead Solution Marketing Manager
Robby joined BMC Software in the summer of 1999 and has been involved with automation since 1995 in a variety of roles including: end-user, administrator, pre-sales consulting and marketing. For the past 7 years his primary responsibility is talking about the current and future state of automation and how Control-M can help deliver applications, and the business services they support, faster.
Prior to 1995 Robby was a UNIX systems administrator in the Chicago area at companies in the energy, financial services and manufacturing industries. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of St. Francis and resides in northwest Alabama with his wife and 4 children.