Multitasker

Multitasking and Smart Concurrency policy to govern and limit parallel Process Execution.

Make the most out of your workstation’s hardware and utilize your resources in the best possible way by executing multiple processes simultaneously, if the process logic allows it. You may have many different processes run at the same time, or more than one instances of the same process running in parallel.

Parallel execution

With parallel execution you end up utilizing the license in the best way. You can have one workstation in Unattended mode running multiple Processes at the same time, without the need to engage more machines that would be dedicated to new Processes. There is no point of running only one Process that is not really consuming any significant processing power, when you are able to execute two or three… or even hundreds. Time-wise you are also a winner, as the amount of time needed to execute a process X times is the same as it should be for one and only execution.

Smart queuing

Smart WinAutomation technology holds back Process Automations in order to avoid clutter and gets your automation going in the most efficient manner. In the Concurrency policy for each Process you can set the behavior to be followed, if the limit of the Process instances that can run at the same time, is reached. You can either drop the Processes, if they are in wait mode, or queue them and make them wait for a specific period of time in the queue to be executed, before rejecting them.

Smart queuing

Smart WinAutomation technology holds back Process Automations in order to avoid clutter and gets your automation going in the most efficient manner. In the Concurrency policy for each Process you can set the behavior to be followed, if the limit of the Process instances that can run at the same time, is reached. You can either drop the Processes, if they are in wait mode, or queue them and make them wait for a specific period of time in the queue to be executed, before rejecting them.