Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Cost Efficiency

Has this solution helped to save you money? If yes, how much or what percentage?

SeniorTe1d8f
Senior Technical Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It helped us save money, and that was one of the drivers for getting it in. What I can share with you is it did 90 percent more than whatever solutions we had. We ended up saving a considerable amount every year. We got more for less.
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Mike Booher
Systems Programmer II at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
We have also saved on the licensing cost, although I don't know how much compared to our old product. The way it runs our workflows has saved people-time. If something fails and we don't necessarily have to intervene, we can take another pass at it within the scheduler and do automation in that situation. It takes away from manual intervention which would take time. There's a soft benefit there.
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Doug Perseghetti
Consulting Systems Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The solution has saved us money over other potential vendors.
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Frank Burkhardt
Application and Database Administrator at Blue Bird Corporation
It has given us better visibility into failed tasks and jobs, so we're able to start working on solutions before production starts calling. This has saved us money.
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Earl Diem
Manager Performance and Automation Engineering at PSCU Financial Services
Stonebranch has saved us money. From an operational standpoint, we're in a position now where we know when workflows fail and we're not missing SLAs as much. Very infrequently do we now miss an SLA because, if a workflow fails, we know it failed. That means the support teams have the ability to go in and address it before we miss an SLA. That's been the major cost savings. Had we stayed on Cisco Tidal, to do the caliber of work that we've done in Stonebranch, we would have had to hire additional people. I only had one person on Tidal and those resources would cost more than the resources I'm using now, because of the specialized skillsets you need to do the work in Cisco Tidal. On our automation team, we have one senior person. We took two guys out of our network operation center and put them with him. They're Linux administrators and they learned the Stonebranch product over the first year and got very proficient in it. We're doing automation but their cost to the company is a lot less than going out and hiring somebody with the skills in Cisco Tidal or Automic or one of those other platforms. So there is an HR resource savings as well. I would estimate we're saving about $20,000 a year per head-count. Instead of paying somebody $90,000 to $95,000 a year, I'm paying them $70,000 to $75,000.
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