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Use Orchestrator for Flat Files!

Are you on 9.2 and having a developer create batches (UBE's) to do integrations?

Use Orchestrator instead!

Orchestrator now handles files, so the other end doesn't need to be on REST / JSON for business services.

Migrate your interfaces to Orchestrator and get the benefits:

  • Lower costs: no development resources needed
  • Accelerate production time:
    • No packages builds
    • User Defined Objects - UDOs promotion and security lifecycle
  • Use scheduler: No need to pay extra buck for external schedulers
  • Built in Notifications: notify when something happens
  • Share the results: send the files via FTP / SFTP or REST internally or to other sites

Contact us for an assessment on your current integrations, and save in the long-term by migrating your flat files interfaces to Orchestrator.


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