Overall Satisfaction with Azuqua
In the service of a Digital Asset Management system and complementary Project Management tool, Azuqua is employed for API calls between separate databases to automate function triggers within the integrated tools.
- High compatibility with various tools and cloud stuff.
- Good visual UX for showing how the scripts and "flows" carry out the steps you direct the Azuqua tool to perform.
- Good visual UX for showing errors when hiccups occur and you gotta do some troubleshooting.
- For n00bs, a sort of semantic template tool builder would be awesome. An interface Where you Type out something like "If I need to based on
- Increased time savings. We could not function as a matter of daily business if we did not have a tool to automate project folders (and complementary workflow management profiles) for the thousands of projects that flow through daily.
- Opens up a greater understanding of all the silos and divisions within the company infrastructure and tests secure means to link those groups safely and share information.
- Opens up the chance to communicate with other API information sources if our company is doing a partnership with another organization. Granted everything is square with IT security.
I had to use the Automate tool for funneling image assets in bulk (tens of thousands) from FTPs into various destinations on an eCommerce platform. The user interface was quite harsh in comparison to Azuqua. Far more text/code line driven.
So often, when work is dictated by separate work process flows in different silos AKA - different TOOLS, an inevitable feature of any company, provided that there are API protocols for those different tools and your company Security IT allows it -- Azuqua can communicate between those separate databases to automate function triggers, alerts, and save your team the bandwidth to communicate office minutiae. Nothing is the perfect "Make it So" button, but Azuqua is something that gets pretty close in an imperfect world.