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Any large business or organisation that wants to manage their workload effectively and with the least amount of room for error might choose the ActiveBatch Automation tool. Being a consultant I feel that It aids in task automation and has the flexibility to change in response to varying company requirements. It helps to save huge time by doing all the repetitive tasks on daily basis. During the patching activity the schedulers can be stopped. It also help by alerting us if any system/job is down so that SLA can be saved. Overall ActiveBatch Automation stands as a dependable cornerstone for ensuring the seamless operation of our tasks.
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Highly configurable workflows with multiple connectors make it a powerful tool. Built-in Infor ION document schemas are robust and efficient to use. Setting up integration with cloud and complex on-premise systems. Seamless and real-time integration of data between systems.
Read full review Pros Businesses can use ActiveBatch to plan tasks based on parameters like frequency, dependencies, and the time of day. By automating typical actions like backups and data transfers, businesses can make sure that crucial operations go off without a hitch. Multiple systems and apps can be used in complicated workflows that ActiveBatch can automate. For instance, it can automate a workflow for processing orders from beginning to end, from the customer order through inventory control and delivery through the processing of invoices and payments. Files can be sent between many platforms and systems safely with ActiveBatch. Transfers to cloud-based storage systems like Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure are also included in this. SFTP and FTP transfers are also included. Read full review Configuring workflow. Multiple connectors. Real time Integration of data. Easy upgrading of integrated systems. Read full review Cons On RARE occasions, have seen scheduling properties changed that don't take effect. Simpler to understand/more robust reporting options would be nice to have. Maybe I'm missing something, but why doesn't the Instances view show completion time? Just execution time and duration. Read full review Support documentation. User experience. Robustness Read full review Usability
We can easily add new plans/jobs in our batch schedules. Also, coordination with reporting and QA jobs is simple to do. Building schedules, restarting jobs, triggering dependencies is easy to understand. The system is very stable and allows us to easily see overall processing times.
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My colleague contacted them directly, I only know hearsay on this but it was not good.
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The workload automation solution is based on the specific needs of an organization, as well as the features, capabilities, and costs of various solutions. A thorough evaluation process and consideration of these factors can help ensure the selection of a solution that aligns with overall business objectives and meets the specific needs of the organization.
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Built-in workflows and schemas. Real-time monitoring of data integration between systems.
Read full review Return on Investment I have not run numbers to determine hard impact, but a quick estimate is that at least one job is running for a average of about 6 hours per day - that 6 hours, if done by hand, would equate to about 30 - 40 hours per day (and in some cases, could not be duplicated manually, as the job repeats faster than a person could accomplish one cycle.) Read full review Reducing integration issues. Real time accurate monitoring. Increased visibility on business network efficiency. Read full review ScreenShots