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April 24, 2009


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Christian Steven

I agree with you on a lot of points on these grounds:
Turn-key systems are only possible when business process automation tools are made available to the programmer and to the user themselves. Management cannot drive higher thresholds of productivity or expect efficiency in data migration, operations shift or any process without real-time software to automate the job.

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I especially like the way that Tethys documents the process in the act of recording it for automation.

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