Batch processing, job scheduling, and workload automation (WLA) are activities that every organization must support regardless of size or industry. This is because batch processing is largely responsible for synchronizing, updating, and maintaining back office production, distribution, management, and financial systems. In order to remain competitive, every organization is striving to implement more complex systems of engagement, decision making, business processing, integration, and analytics. This increasing complexity of IT systems makes it imperative for organizations to approach IT workload management in a way that addresses existing and new workloads efficiently, automatically, and flexibly.
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