Tag Archive: business challenges

Terma Software is now part of Broadcom

December 10, 2019 10:49 am Published by Chris Deardorf

Broadcom recently completed the acquisition of privately-held Terma Software, whose solutions model workload dependencies, optimize workloads, enable intelligent SLAs and improve overall operational efficiency, in real-time. This acquisition will enrich the Automation.ai platform by providing new sources of workload intelligence and analytics to produce actionable insights from multiple vendors.

How Morgan Stanley Scaled Their Growth with Terma’s Solutions

November 21, 2019 1:57 pm Published by Chris Deardorf

To grow their business, many organizations rely on technology to automate various complex operations while maintaining the infrastructure and critical systems already in place. Automation tools help to manage complex environments at scale, all while controlling cost, and offering centralized management capabilities that support growth.

The Impact of Analytics-Driven Workload Automation on Business Resilience

May 23, 2019 12:27 pm Published by Chris Deardorf

Enterprise organizations that develop business resilience ensure the continuity of their business operations and therefore the optimized performance and longevity of their businesses. Workload Automation is a critical part of resilience efforts for large organizations because it is a key operational driver connected directly to business activities. 

Maximizing the ROI of Workload Software Through Strategic Implementation and Management

September 6, 2018 3:50 pm Published by Jim Anderson

Companies purchase Terma products to address challenges inherent in their underlying workload processing. Terma products provide immediate out-of-the-box solutions to workload failures and inefficiencies, which would otherwise require months or years for companies to develop on their own. Nonetheless, customers most likely will not enjoy the full extent of the benefits of Terma broad software offerings if they do not strategically implement and manage them. Doing so requires a thorough understanding of both the software’s capabilities, as well as the objectives for using the software products to begin with.