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Forester Says IT Automation Has Changed. What's Your Strategy?

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Welcome to this joint webinar hosted by Forrester and ORSYP.

Automation is becoming imperative to IT strategy as enterprises strive to maximize the potential of virtualization, cloud, big data and other innovations. Automation can give your critical back-office business applications the speed and agility needed to leverage these opportunities.

Get best practice direction from Forrester research analyst J.P. Garbani on building your future automation strategy. Also, catch a live demo showing how your legacy job scheduling platform can be part of your enterprise automation plans.

Watch this complimentary webinar to learn about:

  • Business issues that are driving the IT automation imperative
  • Analyzing your situation and creating a roadmap with goals
  • Tactical do's and don'ts, as well as strategic recommendation


J.P. Garbani - VP and Principle Analyst at Forrester
J.P.'s expertise is in the IT management software and IT operations market, and his research examines the shifting industry dynamics caused by economic pressures and the impact of new technologies such as virtualization on the IT organization.

Jordi Serras-Marques - VP of Solutions Architecture at ORSYP
Jordi has over 10 years of experience developing complex customer solutions across the globe. He is an expert in IT Operations Management, and participated in multiple partner events and discussions around ITOM.

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