Digital enterprise IT solutions provider BMC announced this week its Control-M application workload automation platform has been adopted by Raymond James Financial.
Raymond James Financial’s manager of workload engineering Chris Haynes explained their attraction to Control-M.
“Control-M is the workload engineering team’s first line of defense in identifying bottlenecks and inefficiencies, and escalating and remediating batch process times. Despite extraordinary growth over the past five years, we’ve continued our culture of continuous improvement and leveraged Control-M to optimize productivity and efficiency.”
In a release BMC said Raymond James Financial has increased monthly job executions by 42 per cent, and reduced audit-reporting preparation from weeks to hours.