November 12, 2014

Filed under: General,Success Stories — Marcus Tettmar @ 11:18 am

With our MacroScript SDK you can add the ability to run Macro Scheduler code right inside your own applications.

The SDK lets you run Macro Scheduler scripts and code, as well as query Macro Scheduler script variables during code execution. The SDK gives you a more seamless way to run Macro Scheduler code and use Macro Scheduler capabilities within your own applications.

Back in 2012 Steen Jakobsen of DM Software integrated the SDK into their Dialog Manager software. He kindly agreed to a case study.

Macro Scheduler made it very easy to integrate the SDK. The input parameters for the scripts are completely integrated and direct, and secure and reliable data transfer is being accomplished – all thanks to the brilliant architecture of the MacroScript SDK. …. We’ve saved the doctors and nurses enormous amounts of time, and at the same time, added very valuable and sophisticated calculation and decision support across five systems that otherwise have no link to one another. This can only be done with the unique Windows automation capabilities of Macro Scheduler combined with the tight integration with Dialog Manager.

Steen Jakobsen, DM Software

Read the Case Study here.

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