Most enterprises today suffer from a major bottleneck that limits their ability to keep pace with an evolving technology landscape, as application developers and IT operations staff struggle to stay synchronized on frequent software changes across the business. The two teams are often bogged down by conflicting priorities, different workflows and a series of “round trip” manual processes, which makes application changes slow to implement.
Enter BMC Control-M Workload Change Manager. This new collaboration console enables “Dev” teams to design batch workflows that are easy for “Ops” to implement, while providing built-in batch workload automation that improves efficiency by up to 80 percent over manual processes. This yields faster delivery of applications and digital services, enabling the business to adapt more quickly to market and customer demands. Workload Change Manager can also ensure all batch workflows adhere to site standards, eliminating failures caused by non-standard naming conventions.
Control-M Workload Change Manager Key Facts
• It’s the newest collaboration tool in the BMC Control-M Workload Automation product family, used by more than 2,800 companies worldwide.
• Provides development teams with a simple drag-and-drop interface that makes it easy to define jobs and create or change workflows, eliminating manual and unstructured request exchanges.
• Ensures all workloads adhere to site standards, eliminating failures caused by non-standard naming conventions.

IT leaders understand that in order for the business to remain vital and competitive in the future, their organizations will need to support a new and dynamic set of business priorities that will be defined – even enabled – by mobile apps and social technology, working in concert with traditional infrastructure.  This combination comprises The New IT.  BMC Workload Change Manager helps IT departments eliminate manual processes so they can more effectively deploy new applications; support on-demand, mobile delivery of a wide range of modern applications; and offer highly responsive end user support on request, all while continuing to leverage their traditional platforms.