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Creating Value and Minimizing Waste on the Mainframe

Wed, Jun 19, 2019 12:00 PM CDT{LOCAL_TZ}

Creating Value and Minimizing Waste on the Mainframe

Content by BMC Software

Wed, Jun 19, 2019 12:00 PM CDT


Using Lean Principles to Reduce Cost and Increase Performance

The digital world has increased the velocity of change to meet customer needs, affecting your 
mainframe workloads from a cost and performance perspective. Your team needs Lean tools 
and principles to keep up. Lean, a methodology made famous by Toyota, can be applied to your 
mainframe to increase efficiency and reduce waste. See benefits like reduced costs, improved 
performance and increased agility to adapt to the continuously changing environment.
  • Take a "Gemba Walk" through your mainframe and understand your process from start to finish
  • Learn to identify common wastes on the mainframe and tools that will help you eliminate them
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities to ensure your mainframe operates as efficiently as possible
Featured Speaker:

Jeremy Hamilton
Product Account Executive
BMC Software





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