The Critical Role of Workload Automation in Achieving Successful Digital Transformation


Digital transformation and the adoption of multi-cloud infrastructures have significantly increased the complexity of managing automation. Enterprises require more intricate and interconnected workflows across multiple systems and tools. WLA is becoming a critical component of IT automation frameworks to enable organizations to achieve the full benefits of digital transformation. Many organizations leverage workload automation to support the configuration and management of multi-cloud infrastructure and to orchestrate digitally transformed processes. Fewer leverage WLA in the DevOps process to speed delivery of digital transformation.

EMA’s new market research report, “From Scheduler to Automation Fabric for the Enterprise: Workload Automation Transformation in 2023” is based on a survey of 406 global IT and business users and decision-makers who have direct experience with workload automation. Overall, 89% of them believe workload automation tools should be expanded to orchestrate automation tools across the enterprise. This research explores the changing role of WLA software as enterprises continue to deploy and mature digitally transformed processes.

Join Dan Twing, President and COO of EMA, for a webinar presentation that explores the results of this research, including:

  • The progress toward digital transformation globally
  • How workload automation tools are transforming to support digital transformation
  • The important link between workload automation and digital transformation success
  • How organizations are changing their approach to workload automation to speed delivery and better manage digitized processes


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Dan Twing, President and COO, EMA

Dan Twing
President and COO