North American Bank Leader Chooses Stonebranch
Atlanta, GA | December 13, 2016 - Stonebranch Inc., a leading provider of modern workload automation solutions, is pleased to be working with one of the largest banks in North America. Following a comprehensive search, this multinational financial services company with over 16 million clients and 78,000 employees worldwide has selected Stonebranch's Universal Automation Center™ as their core IT Automation technology.
This global bank had three different job scheduling engines deployed and needed to consolidate them in order to gain greater control. Over a 24-month period, Stonebranch competed in a vigorous selection process attended by Gartner. Stonebranch won because Universal Automation Center™ offers a single source of job scheduling, enabling better monitoring and greater support of their jobs, and a single dashboard allowing for optimal transparency and visibility.
With the move to Stonebranch's Universal Automation Center™, one of North America's largest banks is "excited to be building a world-class environment." Stonebranch has applied collaborative engineering in order to tailor the IT Automation Solution to a very dynamic environment.
A four-step approach with immediate and sustainable Return on Automation from day one is as follows:
- Deploy Universal Agents™ on 25,000 servers in order to introduce a very robust and secure workload automation on their distributed platforms
- Replace the distributed scheduling engine
- Replace the mainframe scheduler
- Consolidate the IT Workload automation environment with elastic behaviour and cognitive elements
"We are pleased to be partnered with one of the largest companies in North America," said Dr. Detlef Purschke, Chief Executive Officer at Stonebranch. "There was great competition but in the end the quality of our automation solutions and laser focus on our customers' success won out. This is one of the most innovative banks in the world and a major milestone for Stonebranch. We're looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship."