Camden Asset Management needed to continuously convert accounting and trading data, pull in financial data from various sources, and distribute P&L reports to its internal and external customers. They used a mix of SQL Agent, Windows Task Scheduler, and open source scheduler SOS to run the thousands of jobs necessary for these business processes, but “simple timed schedulers” made error handling nearly impossible.
Camden migrated its workflows to JAMS and leveraged advanced automation features such as dependencies and triggers. As a result, the company reduced the overhead of managing jobs and accelerated the delivery of key business information.
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