Small-Business Process Automation
with AutoIntern™ 2.1 job scheduler
It's an on-demand, continuous processing world. Everyone inside and outside your company expects your Windows-based business systems to perform in a seamless and responsive manner.
But your legacy apps—some written in the '80s & '90s—were never designed to work together in this kind of environment.
If you want to compete with the big guys and perform to today's expectations, you don't have to keep a human being in the loop to shepherd data from your database to QuickBooks™, to a spreadsheet, to an old DOS-based BAT file... and you don't have to redesign your systems from the ground up. Yes, in many cases your old-but-reliable legacy apps can still contribute to your upgraded business processes.
AutoIntern can help you leverage your investment in your existing software, by helping them work together seamlessly and reliably. Automatically.
The technology we're talking about is “Business Process Automation”, or BPA for short. Simply put, BPA is any “glue” or “middleware” that allows your data or business processes to flow from step to step (or program to program) without human intervention. With a good BPA solution you can free up your most valuable asset: time.
AutoIntern waits for one of several types of trigger conditions to occur. At this point AutoIntern can launch the next program in the job stream, or send keystrokes to an existing application, or notify a COM server—whatever it takes to get the next step in your system to automatically move the process forward.
Whether you're a small business or a department within a midsize or larger organization, it's never easy to get authorization to buy or build a brand-new fully integrated system. But in the meantime you can use AutoIntern to help accomplish the same goals with your current applications and staff.