Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Man Hour Efficiency

Has this solution saved you man hours during implementation and production? If yes, how many?

SeniorTe1d8f
Senior Technical Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It has also saved us a lot of man-hours in support and maintenance. We were able to go down by three FTEs by implementing the solution. We went from less to more with half the staff that we had.
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Mike Booher
Systems Programmer II at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
It has saved us about ten hours a week, depending upon who had to field the issue.
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Frank Burkhardt
Application and Database Administrator at Blue Bird Corporation
We are now able to be a lot more proactive instead of reactive. We are able to solve jobs without people screaming and staring at us while we're trying to solve the problem.
We are saving on eight to 10 hours a week of developer time, which adds up.
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Earl Diem
Manager Performance and Automation Engineering at PSCU Financial Services
Stonebranch has also saved us man-hours during implementation and production. If I compare it to Cisco Tidal, to build a workflow in Stonebranch, beginning to end, is less time-consuming and less complicated than it was in Tidal. I'm sure it has saved us money.
Stonebranch has also saved us man-hours during implementation and production. If I compare it to Cisco Tidal, to build a workflow in Stonebranch, beginning to end, is less time-consuming and less complicated than it was in Tidal. I'm sure it has saved us money. It has saved us about 20 to 25 percent per workflow. When you spread that over 400 workflows, it's a pretty significant number.
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