MillerCoors will be running JAMS
across all of their breweries in order to streamline all batch
processing across the enterprise.
A number of factors were
involved in the selection of JAMS at MillerCoors. First, MillerCoors
needed an enterprise scheduling system that supported both Windows and
OpenVMS as primary scheduling platforms. JAMS' cross-platform,
cross-application job scheduling fit the bill.
MillerCoors was using a legacy solution from another vendor and there
was concern about the amount of effort that would be required to move
from the legacy platform to a modern solution. The good news for
MillerCoors is that MVP offers batch scheduling conversion utilities for
most other solutions. As a result, MillerCoors converted most of their
jobs into JAMS in less than three weeks.
JAMS gives MillerCoors
much more automation, control, and visibility over processes running
throughout the breweries across North America. JAMS provides alerts if
jobs fail anywhere in the workflow. As a result, JAMS can take proactive
measures to keep processes flowing.