Tidal will present a webcast hosted by America’s SAP User Group (ASUG), that explains how global pharmaceutical company Takeda orchestrates their SAP job scheduling with workload automation. Tony Rice, Takeda Lead Solution Engineer, will talk about Takeda’s experience with SAP job scheduling, benefits of an integrated solution and lessons learned along the way.
As a business-critical application, SAP’s workflows are integral to end-to-end enterprise processes. But these processes extend beyond SAP and involve cross-application, cross-platform orchestration. The native SAP schedulers can only manage within the boundaries of SAP. If an SAP job failure is caused by something external to SAP, there’s no central location for identifying the cause of the failure. Enterprise-class automation is required to manage job scheduling inside and around SAP to connect SAP workflows with overall business processes.
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You do not need to be an ASUG member to attend the webcast.
Global Pharmaceutical Company Orchestrates SAP Job Scheduling With Workload Automation
Wednesday, February 23
11 a.m. CST / 6 p.m. CET