Job Scheduling solutions enable efficiency and control of a company's production processes to be improved. Job Scheduling solutions supply prompt responses to the typical questions of managing work queues:
- How can the production chain be controlled?
- How can times for controlling batches be reduced?
- How many batches have I got being processed and where are they located? Which users are using them?
- Have the batches been processed successfully? Is it possible to view their status on one single console?
- Is it possible to mutually condition the processing of different batches?


Information Technology within companies has taken on a more and more important role for all production processes, which are becoming more and more complex and flexible. The drive towards greater efficiency and reliability, together with cost controls, requires the technological infrastructure to guarantee optimization of all batch processes even when they are spread over different environments that are heterogeneous among themselves, and spread over remote geographical locations. The need for coordination between the various production processes therefore translates into a very careful control of individual processings. This requirement may be met by means of a Job Scheduling solution. Beta 80 Group has developed Job Scheduling systems in highly complex production environments and has enabled its clients to fully automate batch processings. The solutions proposed by Beta 80 Group use the leading technologies on the market, such as CA AutoSys, BMC Control-M, AUTOMIC One AUTOMATION and $Universe.
The clients for whom Beta 80 Group has developed Job Scheduling systems have moved from an antiquated management model with low levels of efficiency, to an industrial-type one. Automation and scheduling of processings (management, control and supervision in carrying them out) translates into concrete benefits:
     Continuous management of business processes
     Reliability of the service offered and high quality in production
     Improvement in productivity
     Processing carried out in full compliance with operational restrictions
     Standardized procedures that favour the processing of error-free batches
     Reduced supervision times.