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A marriage made in automation IT


Here a company realizes there is duplication of effort in IT and automation-an overlap between the two because of common hardware and software platforms, the perception is they are identical, and too many people are chasing the same service. The results mean lower costs, little or no thirdparty support groups, a single management team, separate IT and automation functions carried out by multiple sub-teams, and a onestop shop for IT and automation support. The ultimate result is automation equipment rooms and IT data centers combined under one support structure and total integration of hardware and software spares, license, and application management.

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