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Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Pros

Application and Database Administrator at Blue Bird
The tasks are incredibly capable, and as long as you name them with a nice, uniform naming convention, they are very useful. You can create some interesting workflows through various machines, or you can just have it kick off single tasks. All in all, I really like the Universal Task. You can do some mutually exclusive stuff, such as an "A not B" kind of thing. It has a lot of capabilities behind the scenes.
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HQ
Architect & Technical Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The interface is very user-friendly and easy to navigate.
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DF
Application Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
I like the dashboard and the various workflows.
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Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Cons

Application and Database Administrator at Blue Bird
There is room for improvement with its connectivity with the Microsoft SRS system. It is very weak. They keep telling us it works with it, and technically it does, but it does not provide a lot of visibility. We have lost a lot of visibility migrating to Stonebranch, compared with just running tasks on the SRS server. That's really about the only thing that is a sore point for us.
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HQ
Architect & Technical Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It would be ideal if they had the exact same features as the CA Workload Automation DE series. It would be helpful to have calendaring options.
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DF
Application Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
It can't handle negative written codes.
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