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An interesting subject.
For Batch Running/Control/Scheduling then Control-M is the way forward without a shadow of a doubt.
BSA is for Server Automation, not Workload Automation where Control-M sits.
However there is nothing to say taht you cannot use both to their respective strengths.
Though my knowledge of Control-M is from many years ago on Mainframes - I would probably use Control-M to initiate jobs in BSA where needed.
At the end of the day, if the primary requirements are Workload Automation and Management then Control-M is the clear choice.