Appnomic Systems Announces OpsOne 5.0

Date 2014/10/23 10:02:33 | Topic: Product News

Appnomic Systems today announces the release of OpsOne 5.0, a dramatic step forward towards removing the barriers for enterprise-level IT process automation (ITPA), making automation sustainable, and further simplifying customization of the OpsOne system.
Many contemporary ITPA solutions designed for use by enterprises represent an integration of multiple platforms where expensive systems integrators are required for deployment and support. Alternately, solutions available today are narrowly focused on specific domains like server provisioning, service desk automation or event management automation.

Appnomic Systems continues to lead in providing an affordable, cross domain, IT Process Automation (ITPA) platform that can be used as foundation for enterprise IT process automation. As noted by Gartner analysts, Ronni Colville and Robert Naegle in their recent August 7, 2014 report, Six Steps to Move IT Process Automation From Basics to Best Practices, "Efficiency gains will offset investment costs. Removing the lag between process steps will result in faster process execution. Removing the lack of manual intervention eliminates the risk of human error. Removing manual intervention will optimize human resources. Automating sophisticated processes enables IT organizations to do their job with less-skilled personnel."

OpsOne is one of the unique offerings that brings a change to the overall thought process in the ITPA arena. Starting from the Software as a Service (SaaS) offering model announced years ago to the new enhancements today, OpsOne is breaking down the barriers to IT process automation and freeing up new levels of IT service quality, corporate compliance and cost efficiencies.

OpsOne enables cross domain automations versus solely a single domain focus. OpsOne also supports both workload automation (execution of asynchronous application processes, based on date/time, events, or user request) and run book automation (automation through the execution of scripts based on a library of potential operations).

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