Flux Announces New Whitepaper: Scheduling Reports - More Than Fire and Forget

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A common use case for job schedulers is that of scheduling reports. Moving beyond simply scheduling reports to embedding report creation within business workflows can improve the timeliness and utility of needed information.

Flux - File Orchestration and Workflow Scheduing

Flux - File Orchestration and Workflow Scheduing

Reports, often an afterthought in automated workflows, are absolutely key to many business processes.

Today, Flux released a new white paper: "Scheduling Reports: More than Fire and Forget" This white paper discusses utilizing workflow technology to extend report generation and distribution into complex business processes. Many reporting software packages provide scheduler functionality but often their schedulers are limited in functionality and flexibility. Such report-vendor provided schedulers often address simple time or basic event-based scheduling, but few offer support for complex dependency trees and the dynamic setting of reporting parameters that is often seen in complex business workflows that support, for example, audit and compliance reporting.

Download the whitepaper "Scheduling Reports: More than Fire and Forget. (Reading time only five minutes).

About Flux

Privately held and US based, Flux's offices are located in Colorado, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Argentina. The Flux file orchestration platform orchestrates file transfers and batch processing workflows for a diverse customer base including logistics, telecommunications, analytics, finance, and healthcare. First released in 2000, the Flux platform supports enterprises of all sizes for their mission critical systems. To learn more about Flux, visit the Flux website at http://flux.ly.

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