Reliable business process management

Do you perform important automated business processes with your Microsoft Dynamics NAV which need monitoring? Increase availability and system stability for server based services with Anveo Task Planner - offering reliable administration for setting up,  controlling and monitoring your processes.

Define tasks, controlled by the Anveo Task Planner – such as data exports to partners, automatic analysis or database optimization.

The clear design of Anveo Task Planner helps you keep an overview of your processes, run time and status. In the case of failure, as per your defined system settings, the application  will automatically be restarted on a different server or a user is informed.

Every task is assigned to a lead and deputy responsible staff member.  These employees  are contacts for processes and are automatically informed via email in the case of any timeouts or failure.

Nothing is left to chance – the Navision application servers in the server pool monitor each other. If one should fail, it will be restarted by an external service.

Lower your IT costs with the Anveo Task Planner and gain system stability for your business.

Control and supervise

You can see in a protocol when which task is started or when it ended. In the case of an error, a report with the error description helps to speed up analysis.

Automatical reports

If the defined running time is exceeded, the person in charge is automatically informed.

System stability

If a single service crashes, a freely definable server pool consisting of severalservers as well as an external monitoring service, ensures that other tasks are still executed as planned. Using predefined rules ensures that the failed process will either be suspended or repeated.

Central reboot

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV, if you have new application objects fed into your database, you can directly reboot the selected Navision application server or the whole server pool. Normally with a warm start, so currently running tasks can be completed or in the case of failure, by cold booting through the external shut down of the service.