Analyst Report The Shifting Role of Workload Automation (WLA)

Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) Analyst Report. Issue September 2018

EMA WLA report 2018

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EMA a leading industry analyst and consulting firm that releases the EMA Radar for Workload Automation (WLA) recently released the 2018 report summary revisiting many important questions to monitor trends while exploring the expanding role of workload automation with other automation disciplines. Get all the details and discover why WLA expansion creates a foundation for broader business process automation and digital transformation. Download your copy of the report summary today.

This EMA WLA Report 2018 provides you with:

  • Key pain points related to workload automation and areas of increased satisfaction
  • Impact on WLA of top IT trends, including big data, analytics, and digital transformation
  • Business unit and developer interaction with WLA software
  • Trends in WLA from 2013 to 2018, including a look at new WLA users and those making the move to new software

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