Powerful and versatile new architecture provides partners with improved framework to deliver automation and alerting functionality
Orbis Software is pleased to announce the release of TaskCentre. The next generation offering from Orbis Software, TaskCentre v3.0, represents an authoritative application architecture in transforming manual business processes into automated procedures and dynamic tasks.
The new suite of products are licensed in four individual offerings, with a small business edition (SBE) starting at just £950 through to the Enterprise addition at £6950. The product presents a clear and straightforward capability in creating either simple or highly complex business processes.
Within TaskCentre each business process is represented as a ‘Task’ whilst each individual process step within a ‘Task’ is provided by way of ‘Actions’. There are a host of ‘Actions’, which are intelligently grouped into four available categories, presented as Input, Format, Output and Execute. There are 12 ‘Actions’ released with the initial product, followed shortly after with a number of further ‘Actions’ providing further flexibility and integration with new and existing technologies.
“Our new incarnation provides our partners with a unique and dramatically improved framework in which to deliver automation and alerting functionality into existing client systems,” said Philip Smith, Managing Director, Orbis Software. “The new architecture is extremely powerful and versatile, enabling us to react to demand placed upon us faster than every before.”
TaskCentre v3.0 provides a totally new suite of automation and alerting tools for organisations of any size, providing seamless integration into an organisations data infrastructure.
“It’s taken considerable focus and dedication from the whole team to bring everything together and has taken more than seven man years in development time to deliver,” said Jeremy Bucknell, Technical Director, Orbis Software. “The demand placed on us was to vastly improve the popular features and functionality in our previous product, Orbis Intelliware 2.x versions, whilst completely redesigning from the ground up, both the architecture and system operability, into a totally open model. We have most certainly achieved this target.”