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Customer Case Study: Micro Focus & Solutions Business Manager

Customer Case Study: Micro Focus & Solutions Business Manager

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At Micro Focus Solutions Business Manager streamlines and automates processes across many business functions to improve team collaboration and compliance.

Micro Focus helps run and transform the businesses of over 40,000 customers around the
world. With 14,000 employees in 43 countries, Micro Focus is responsible for a solution portfolio of over 300 products.

With many acquired companies in the Micro Focus® family, there are a variety of systems
and processes in place to support staff and customers; from facilities services to product release management, time sheeting, and many other functions. In particular, there are processes that don’t lend themselves to be automated with commercially available applications. Although automation makes sense in a lot of cases, the time spent on creating a custom-made solution seems disproportionate to the benefit.

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