Automating Workday ERP Processes with JAMS

Your core applications are what keep your business running—especially your Workday ERP system. Your company most likely implemented Workday in order to better track resources and make projects a little less complex. But did you know you can supercharge your ERP system to run even more efficiently? By integrating Workday ERP with JAMS, the enterprise


How to Configure a Job Scheduler for Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliance

During the late 1990s and early 2000s, major financial fraud was uncovered in several large public corporations, most notably Enron. In response, the landmark passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002 led to broad oversight, requiring all publicly traded companies and some privately-held companies to create and report on their internal accounting controls to





The State of your Job Scheduling Software – Evolution, Stagnation, or Slow Death

Organizations tend to spend time and resources when first evaluating and implementing job scheduling software, but once it’s in, it’s in. It’s great to have software you can “set-and-forget”, but apathy around Job Scheduling software inevitably leads to organization-level issues with service deliverability, hardware requirements, and productivity. Every business should conduct a yearly review to



The Transition from Job Scheduling to Workload Automation

Job Scheduling Unifies Enterprise Computing Systems administrators have always needed some ability to schedule the jobs, workflows, and tasks of the enterprise. Without job schedulers, one would need an army of operators to execute repetitive processes. Even the oldest mainframes included some basic functionality to schedule recurring tasks. Most modern operating systems offer rudimentary scheduling