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Task manager

Automated Task Distribution and Management

When processes become real organizers of work

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Manage activities with a process view

With Jamio you can build processes that become work organizers, being able to distribute a large number of tasks to many people in one or more organizations!

The business cases that can be implemented are unlimited and range from the simple distribution of tasks within authorization processes, to processing tasks related to, for example,job order progress, machine design, human resource management....

Managing tasks with a process approach makes it possible to never forget that a certain task needs to be executed, is in someone's charge, and has maximum execution times; especially when a process procedure has a long duration or when there are numerous procedures of the same type running.

The Task in Jamio, in fact, is an object under the government and control of a process and remains so until it is completed

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Sets organizational rules for performers

One of the strengths of Jamio's Task Manager is its ability to be abstract in defining executors. In fact, during modeling, executors can be defined with organizational rules; these rules are then resolved at Run Time when a process is executing: this allows the organization not to be plastered!!!

An example

If you indicate a "person" -Mario Rossi-as the executor of a task, the risk of making the solution rigid would be very high because only and exclusively Mario Rossi could then perform that task.

If, on the other hand, you indicate that the Executors of a task are - the users belonging to the Quality Manager Group- or - the Organizational Position is Production Manager- or - the User belongs to the Logistics Department-. and/or any complex combination of many rules, you manage to achieve great flexibility and independence from people who may over time change roles and/or be on vacation and/or change companies...,

Processes modeled in this way will always work as long as the organizational structure remains consistent with the rules set.

  • Zeroes the risk of human error
  • Improves collaborative work
  • Make business processes more efficient

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From modeling to use in a few moments

From design-time to run-time

When a process is running -RunTime- on a Jamio workspace and crosses a Human Task , automatic execution along that branch stops and a Task is assigned to all users who meet the organizational rule described for Task Executors. The process then resumes its automatic execution when the Task is completed by the executor and/or through configurable automations. The executor can take charge of the task by accessing it from a personal Task List.

Completion of a Task and the consequent progress of the process along that branch can be affected either by information entered by the executing user or by external events indicated at design time in the completion conditions.


  • If with a Task you invite a User to indicate why a certain operation cannot be performed you can make sure that the process cannot move forward on that branch until the User has provided the necessary indication. Filling in that information becomes the Task Completion Condition.
  • A Task is assigned to a User who is asked to definie a date to proceed with the delivery of a certain product. It is possible to condition the completion of the Task not only on the user entering that date but also on obtaining information from the ERP that the delivery item has been duly paid for.

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