Control-M extends support to SAP S/4 Hana and Financial Closing Cockpit (FCc) to improve digital enterprise agility. Automated processes are to reduce error-prone and time-consuming manual tasks.
BMC today announced innovations designed to help companies faced with an increasing list of applications and platforms that need to be managed and integrated with their SAP ecosystem. Control-M, the market-leading application workload automation platform from BMC, now features support for S/4 Hana and Financial Closing cockpit (FCc.) By delivering the key capabilities necessary to drive SAP across the enterprise, Control-M solution automates the SAP workloads at the core of business operations.
Hana and Financial Closing Cockpit Integration
With the addition of S/4 Hana support, the Control-M solution extends its capability to automate and manage application workloads to the next generation SAP platform. By also adding support for Financial Closing cockpit, customers can reduce the amount of manual effort and streamline their month-end closing. These new features build upon existing support for SAP products like BusinessObjects, R/3, Process Integration, Business Warehouse, and Data Archiving.
BMC’s Control-M solution allows organizations to integrate Hana workflows with a wide range of applications in the SAP portfolio, like Concur and Fieldglass, through a single point of control. The Control-M solution also allows organizations to schedule and manage SAP services according to business priorities. Slowdowns and failures are detected with predictive analytics and intelligent monitoring of workflows, before service delivery is interrupted.
The new Control-M features are the latest in a series of enhancements to BMC’s digital enterprise automation solutions. In September 2016, BMC announced new features including capabilities for more unified, highly-efficient file transfer, optimized rapid cloud deployment for AWS and Azure, and a new automation API with expanded ‘Jobs-as-Code’ capabilities for DevOps teams.
For more information on current developments in cloud based financial controls, you may also want to read: Financially Secured.