Business process automation tool gets intuitive interface
AutoMate BPA Server 7 designs, executes and manages tasks according to workflows
- By Trudy Walsh
- Aug 03, 2009
Network Automation has announced AutoMate BPA Server 7, which adds features such as client-server architecture, multiple-machine automation capability and a visual design tool.
“When a modern IT department automates operations, simple job-based automation is no longer sufficient due to its inherent isolation and disorganization,” said Dustin Snell, founder and CEO of Network Automation. “AutoMate BPA Server is the first software to automate business processes as they are,” he said.
With AutoMate BPA Server 7, organizations can design, execute and manage multiple-machine computing tasks according to workflows, the company said. The software also offers an intuitive interface instead of code, so events can be dragged and dropped where needed, the company said.
More information: www.networkautomation.com.
Trudy Walsh is a senior writer for GCN.