Do you use multiple systems that don't talk to each other? Need to get information from a legacy system into a new system or vice versa?

In the ideal world every system you use in your company would be tightly integrated, there would be no duplication of data and you could get all the info you needed from one screen. Unfortunately this isn't always the case.

All around the world employees are wasting precious time retyping data into ERP systems, web forms, and other in-house applications that are incompatible with each other. Even though it may be possible technically to interface directly with the underlying databases this usually requires specialist IT knowledge and it may be difficult to prioritise resource from the IT department or considered too expensive to hire in outside help. And in many cases, especially with legacy systems, the database may be proprietary, undocumented and the vendor may not even be in business any more.

New business partnerships often bring with them the problem of integrating data from two completely different systems. Asking your employees to re-key data they've already entered, or access two screens to gather information means added complexity and unaffordable delays.

While the long term aim may be to replace the old systems or implement low level interfaces this may require a large budget, and time spent waiting for the IT resource to be allocated, and then the long wait before the new system or interfaces are implemented. Surely there's a quicker way?

There is. Macro Scheduler can automate any Windows user interface by simulating a user. And by being able to scrape the screen and recognise visual screen elements graphically it can be made to automate a user interface robustly and safely. Macro Scheduler scripts can grab data from one application and plug that data into another. Or data can be read from SQL data sources, Excel and CSV files to then be input directly into an application's user interface. By automating form filling disparate systems can be connected together at the user interface level.

With Macro Scheduler user interfaces can be automated without any specialist IT knowledge. By automating the user interface data can be extracted and input directly into the screens that the user would normally interract with, bypassing the need to work at the database level and removing the need for specialist skills or expensive consultants. Indeed for legacy applications this may be the only solution available.

  • Automate Data Integration
  • Application Integration
  • Disparate System Interfacing
  • Automate Copying of Data from Excel to Web Forms
  • Automate Copying of Data from Excel to desktop apps and green screens
  • Automated Data Verification

Macro Scheduler can automate any application that runs on Windows, or any screen you can see on your Windows desktop. From high end ERP systems like SAP and Oracle to custom applications built in house and anything in between. Anything you use on Windows can be controlled and manipulated by Macro Scheduler.

I used to consider Macro Scheduler just another tool to manage the technology that surrounded me everyday in my career. But at a certain point I realized that it was the best tool I had. Many years ago a colleague introduced Macro Scheduler to me and in those days we used to supplement the Business System job streams that could not be automated inherently; nightly reports and routines, etc. From there it evolved into complete elimination of printed reports; then through that automation we eliminated a nightly staff position from the IT team.
Edward Authier, Chief Information Officer Convergent Solutions, Inc.
We have just recently implemented Macro Scheduler Pro and we are very impressed. Not only does this save us hours of data entry but it's very easy to use. The support and customer service we received was second to none. I will be using MJTNET in the future for any of our scripting needs and would recommend them to anyone looking for service with class.
Jerry Kane, IT Manager, Specialty Printing, LLC