The support analysts are excellent. They actually web-exed into my PC and really helped me understand an option in JAMS that I had no idea existed. MAHALO for the quick and timely help!!
Since going live with JAMS, Bruce Power has automated more than 150 business-critical jobs. In addition to standard Windows Tasks, they’ve automated and integrated jobs from a long list of applications including: Passport, Workday, Sharepoint, NextAxiom, Informatica, and proprietary applications.
Seminole Electric Cooperative is one of the largest electric power generation and transmission facilities in the United States. Initially, Seminole would run its Dynamics AX batch jobs at 11:00 PM, in the hopes that other processes would be done by the time Dynamics jobs started. A Thursday backup that included weekly consolidation of several databases frequently ran long, causing Dynamics jobs to fail. The Seminole team would often spend Friday mornings troubleshooting and re-running jobs.
IU Health transfers files to vendors and leverages SQLLDR to regularly upload data to databases. The institution needed reliable file transfer capabilities that both used SFTP and that could notify the IT team of job failures.
By migrating to JAMS, IU health has met its file transfer security requirements and streamlined its troubleshooting procedures.
TGW (The Golf Warehouse) needed an efficient method to move orders from its ERP system to its warehouse system. This process uses an EDI to gather related data from the ERP database and transfer it (via SFTP) to cloud-based tools for a comprehensive customer experience.
TGW uses JAMS to combine PowerShell, SQL*Plus, and Ecometry jobs into unified business processes. Their ability to build workflows in a single console has greatly reduced the manual hours needed to connect jobs on different platforms.