What advice do you have for others considering BMC Control-M Managed File Transfer?


If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering BMC Control-M Managed File Transfer, what would you say?

How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?

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Top 5LeaderboardReseller

I would rate BMC Control-M Managed File Transfer a nine out of ten. Our clients are happy with this solution.

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Real User

This product is not feature-rich but it is a solid file-transfer solution. I would say that the features they have now are very good, although the product is not complete because you cannot send files. I would recommend it but at the same time, I think that everybody needs to test it and see if it meets their needs. The supported features are very good but obviously, if there is a protocol or something else that you need that isn't supported then it will not be suitable. I would rate this solution a seven out of ten.

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Top 20Real User

The work is really on the configuration side. Installation is not a problem these days. Push it out as much as possible, to have a dedicated team and to decide that you're going to investigate enterprise completely and figure out where the automation will pay the quickest dividends because the return on investment is very quick on these kinds of products. Once you start to use them and you realize how useful they are, then you really make a big difference to the company and it can save a lot of money for many large organizations. Obviously there will be some situations where it doesn't make sense to use it because you're happy with your setup. But there are numerous elements of the business that would benefit that you might just have to get out to your users and ask how you can help improve the way day-to-day work is dealt with. I would rate this product a nine out of 10.

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