Learn why scheduling automated jobs to the clock negatively impacts business and why automation doesn’t need to be done that way anymore.
In many automation tools, tasks can only be scheduled to run at specific times. These time-based triggers are based on assumptions around when tasks are expected to have the information they need to begin running and when previous steps are expected to have completed. Everything is synchronized to the clock. So why is this a problem?
1. The 4 reasons why scheduling to the clock negatively impacts business
2. Why automation doesn’t need to be done this way anymore
3. How RunMyJobs® will help you overcome the tyranny of time-based scheduling