BMC Service Automation - license

Mfg. Part: LAO19.0.0.00 | CDW Part: 2377286 | UNSPSC: 43232304
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BMC Service Automation can help you evolve your IT environment from a simple production line to an integrated business service supply chain - and that's a critical element in achieving Business Service Management (BSM). Through automated workflow, you can link people, process, and technology; optimize each; and combine all three into a tightly-integrated service delivery capability. BMC Service Automation enables you to achieve BSM by helping you better understand your IT environment and control changes with policy-based action.

BMC Service Automation leverages and supports best-practice standards adoption, including the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) V2 and V3. Best of all, BMC Service Automation permits you to leverage your existing service management investments and workflow, so you don't have to deal with the trauma and expense of a "rip and replace" implementation.

BMC Service Automation is the next step in the evolution of IT infrastructure management, where process definition, standards, and IT automation combine to help you achieve a proactive, standards-driven IT infrastructure. It encompasses an integrated combination of BSM solutions from BMC and its partners.

With BMC Service Automation, you add solutions as needed, leveraging your investment in existing BMC IT automation solutions and products from other vendors. There's no need to rip and replace what is working for you. Simply select the BSM solutions from BMC to include in your service automation implementation based on your particular business challenges, areas of pain, process maturity, technology environment, and existing tool investments.

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