Risk Management Software

Tantia follows UK Successes

Tantia is now offering Hitec Laboratorie's successful Risk Management software. Tantia has been associated with Hitec for over 10 years.

TEN Risk Management Software
Case Management

Analyst's Review

Case management is a process use case that differs from other structured, predefined process use cases. Its traits impose unique requirements on support when delivered through business process management suites.

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Garnter Review

Software as a Service

New BPM Platform

Software-as-service is a way of providing software applications over the internet, rather than installing them at a customer's premises. It allows users to access their applications from anywhere, using only a standard browser, without the need for complex IT installations or ongoing IT operations administration costs. The actual applications are installed (hosted) once on a remote server somewhere on the Internet, and can be configured to support multiple customers (multi-tenanting). The combination of Internet-hosted servers, data farms and cheap broadband access that facilitates this way of delivering software is known as ‘the cloud'.
Policies and Procedures

New release of Conform

CONFORM, a solution that automates the process of creation, dissemination, audited electronic delivery and understanding measurement of Policies & Procedures releases its second version. More>>

Tantia Expands into Asia

Opens office in Hong Kong.

Tantia recently opened another office, this time in the prestigous Bank of China building in Central Hong Kong. Ian Deane VP Asia Pacific said "We have had such a demand for our products particularly from financial institutes, that opening an office was essential to give the level of support we want to provide to our clients".




Job Documentation, Job Design and Workload Planning for existing Batch Schedulers

Leading scheduling systems for z/OS environments like IBM´s Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS, BMC´s Control-M environment or CA´s Unicenter CA-7 are the backbone for batch processing in large enterprises.

A lot of projects, which were either aimed at optimizing the batch processing, to standardize the scheduling systems or provide the staff with more productive working environments, always led us to the same questions:

What does the job net look like?
How can we picture big job nets graphically and still keep the overall picture?
How can we achieve a better job design?
How can we reduce the work that is done manually to develop and maintain job nets to a minimum?
How can we support the planning of job nets so production can minimize processing times?
We could not find a solution on the market which met our requirements - so we decided to develop job. Today job is available for the following job scheduling systems:

job for TWS
job for Control-M
Currently we are also developing a solution for CA-7:

job for CA-7
Beside that, because of the open design of job it is possible to support other job scheduling systems.

And there is a special version which supports the conversion to other scheduling systems.

job for Conversion