Optitask is powerful task automation software that allows you to automate complex business and IT processes in minutes. Unlike other products of its kind, Optitask was designed with ease of use in mind without sacrificing on any functionality.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:47
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Optitask Task Automation 2.0.6 Optitask is easy to use task automation software. With this program you can automate even the most complex processes in no time. Download a trial today and see for yourself how much this package will benefit your business.
Description: Optitask is powerful task automation software that allows you to automate complex business and IT processes in minutes. Unlike other products of its kind, Optitask was designed with ease of use in mind without sacrificing on any functionality. Optitask is Easy to Use. While you probably know everything about loops and conditional statements we want to hide that complexity from you to give you all the power in your hands without writing a single line of code. Our intuitive user interface will help you to automate tasks in minutes. All the Tools in One Product. Out of the box Optitask features over 150 components that you can use to automate almost any IT task imaginable. And if the component you need does not exist, we can develop it for your or browse our online plugin library for plugins from other developers. Start Processes from Events. One of the most powerful concepts of Optitask is to add the ability to kick start tasks, like sending an electronic order when stock is low. Optitask can monitor data, external systems and conditions and perform business actions when they happen. Stay Informed with Alerts. You know what they say: â€śKnowledge is powerâ€ť. That is what Optitask helps you to get, insight into your business by getting updated Email and SMS alerts when tasks succeed or fail, or when specific business conditions are encountered.
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