Growing up, the George Jetson lifestyle seemed so futuristic and out of reach. But, if your household is like many others in 2017, you have a robot vacuuming your floors. Actually, in an homage to the Jetsons, some colleagues named their Roomba Rosie. You might be wondering what a cartoon family, their maid, and a vacuuming robot have to do with business. What connects them is automation. For the longest time, human beings have wanted to outsource and/or delegate as much work as possible—in the names of efficiency and the bottom line. Automation makes it possible for us to implement machinery and/or technology so that particular processes are conducted without direct human involvement. Presently, the Vendita Master Automation Sequencer (MAS) puts automation tools in the hands of organizations of all sizes—regardless of industry and existing IT resources.
Making human beings obsolete is not automation’s goal. Rather, as the complexity of IT environments grows, automation enables human team members to focus their undivided attention on increasingly complex tasks, problems, and plans. Vendita’s team of experts created their MAS solution knowing that, through the time it would unlock, DBAs would be able focus more cognitive energy on innovating—something critical to success and longevity in today’s business world. Part of the Vendita MAS advantage is that it reduces the need for expensive subject matter experts to set up, tear down, and maintain unique infrastructure environments. While their expertise is both valuable and necessary, automation makes it possible to more effectively allocate it.
Automation does not eliminate human beings. Automation, like what can be realized with Vendita’s MAS, eliminates repetitive and time-consuming tasks. Then, all team members can focus on the organization’s mission while concurrently adding to the organization’s value. This doesn’t mean decision makers are robot obsessed, money hungry leaders. Rather, it means that they are making informed decisions about how to utilize human capital for the benefit of the entire organization—including the clients it serves. Of course, automation can do away with the need to hire ancillary staff. From a macroscopic perspective, that is a good thing for existing employees because the company’s bottom line isn’t negatively affected—hence promoting job security. By providing automation, Vendita supports system standardization for ease of ownership, versatility, and growth. The latter is something all humans within the organization want to experience.
The automation offered by Vendita MAS is available to businesses of all sizes. With automation from Vendita, small, medium, and large companies can experience server set up, database provisioning, system deployment, and environment management. Even better, it can all be accomplished with the touch of a single button. Remember, streamlining processes and reducing steps are cornerstones of automation. Less human error is a part of the result. With automation and Vendita, organizations can expedite the implementation of important IT processes and focus on going above and beyond their 2018 goals. Expect MAS with automation from Vendita.
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This post was written by Elevate, Inc.