In the past, DDI relied on Windows Task Scheduler, Cron, and manual intervention to run all of its internal processes. One of the biggest issues the company faced was not having a single, centralized view of all of the jobs running across the enterprise.
Tight integration between JAMS and PowerShell has minimized Marketing Associates’ dependence on multiple scripting languages. The feedback that JAMS provides through PowerShell on completion status and notification status helps streamline many of the company’s batch processes.
Using Windows Task Scheduler and SQL Server Agent, TyMetrix could not keep up with customer demand for real-time data. IT staff spent considerable time to deliver its robust legal billing and matter management reports on time.
Although native SQL tools provide basic scheduling capabilities, Frontline recognized that leaning on SQL for automation was a less than ideal solution.
Maritz, Inc. relied on a highly-customized legacy scheduling tool to handle batch processing across the organization. When the tool’s integrity and future came into question, Maritz set out to find an enterprise job scheduler that would solve their complex requirements and a team that could successfully migrate Maritz.
Maritz designs and operates employee recognition and reward programs, sales channel incentive programs, and customer loyalty programs. To execute thousands of daily file transfers and the batch processes necessary upon receipt required an application stack that spread across 3 separate applications. JAMS consolidated all scheduling and automation – both Windows and Linux jobs – into one console, saving the company hours of overhead.
JAMS runs more than 800 jobs with excellent reliability. Maritz leverages JAMS central monitor to view its entire schedule of jobs and keeps business users informed of the status of critical jobs with JAMS alerts and notifications.