UC4 Software

UC4 Software is a leading global provider of workload automation, job scheduling and IT process optimization solutions that ensure core business processes and enterprise information systems run faster, more accurately and without interruption. More than 1,600 companies worldwide have successfully enhanced application processing performance and improved IT efficiency using UC4's business acceleration solutions. Customers include American Suzuki Motor Corporation, Cadbury, eBay, Eastman Kodak, General Electric, Mattel, McGraw Hill, Panasonic, Robert Bosch, Sun Microsystems, Symantec, T-Systems and Verizon.

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Whitepaper: Beyond Job Scheduling:The Road To Enterprise Process Automation

by UC4 SoftwareSep 01, 2011

The new global business environment and in particular the Internet with its implied on-line, real-time, 24x7 operation has dramatically altered this rigid notion of job scheduling.

This white paper discusses how new solutions are required that can automate and accelerate existing IT processes and adapt to new processes and systems as they arise.

Whitepaper: Market Overview: IT Process Automation, Q3 2011

by UC4 SoftwareSep 01, 2011

Automation is the key to modernizing an IT organization and enabling it to deal with increased demands from the business. In this Forrester report you will learn about the 10 functional areas to evaluate when creating the foundation of IT process automation.

Whitepaper: Automating SAP System Copy

by UC4 SoftwareSep 01, 2011

Reduce your for SAP System Copy time by as much as 90 percent. The time savings you'll realize will make it easy for you to perform SAP system copies whenever you need them - whether you're creating a test system or providing users with actual test data for simulation of real business situations.

Whitepaper: The Time Is Now for Considering Workload Automation

by UC4 SoftwareSep 01, 2011

Organizations are faced with endless pressure to lower infrastructure costs while improving quality of service (QoS) capabilities. However it is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve these goals without automating and integrating business and IT processes.

This paper examines the evolution of IT organizations as they move from static batch processing to dynamic workload automation capabilities that integrate with and understand business processes and trigger revenue-generating actions based on real-time requests.

Whitepaper: Automation As A Component Of IT Risk Management

by UC4 SoftwareDec 01, 2008

As enterprise software is increasingly used to automate complex business processes, IT is becoming an increasingly important factor for enterprisewide risk management. Unfortunately, as process chains become more and more complex and cross multiple business silos, it is often unclear how various processes link together�until a business function breaks down. If that happens, it is clearly a risk for the company. One method for companies to mitigate risk is to implement an automation solution to reduce the risk of errors and failures in IT-based business processes. This article explains how automation can be an important component of any risk management strategy.

Whitepaper: Beyond Job Scheduling: The Road to Enterprise Process Automation

by UC4 SoftwareMay 01, 2008

The relentless pace of today�s business environment and its enormous pressures on IT staff has made it critical for corporate business systems to become more responsive and reliable. End-user expectations for reliability and speed grow dramatically as more and more users have come in contact with a wider array of software applications.

The rise of the web has proven to be the ultimate nemesis for the so-called �batch window� � that nightly opportunity to run large groups of transactions offline. Instead we have seen the rise of the �real-time organization� that needs to respond to changing business conditions quickly and effortlessly in a 24 / 7 fashion. This creates significant challenges for corporations as they try to respond to the demands of near real-time processing with their traditional batch-oriented back end systems. This white paper demonstrates the ever-increasing value of adding enterprise process automation software to the IT infrastructure. It traces the evolution of traditional batch scheduling, illustrates where leading edge products are today, and outlines a set of requirements for moving beyond batch processing and into the realm of true enterprise process automation.