CA Automic Earns High Honors for GMU Workload Automation
George Mason University (GMU), the largest four-year college in Virginia, has become a major educational force, earning a reputation as an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in a range of academic fields.
Provide fiscal, HR and admin services to 30,000 students
Reduce manual interactions with day-to-day Banner processing
Integrate student services across diverse departments
Calendar based and event driven automation
Integration with Banner and out-of-the-box templates
Granular security controls restrict production access
Rapid ad-hoc and custom reports delivered to end users
Achieved total integration
Established reliable processing
Improved output management
With CA Automic Workload Automation, we can build jobs with dependencies and conditions, but still launch ad hoc jobs and create multiple schedules. The strength lies in our ability to do complex processing without scripting and without human intervention.
Laurie Miller, Director, Registrar’s Information Technology, George Mason University