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Presence was originally developed as an Integration, Monitoring and Alerting tool. Since its first release in 2000 it has expanded beyond its original purpose and is now a "do pretty much anything" tool.
 
Presence was originally developed as an Integration, Monitoring and Alerting tool. Since its first release in 2000 it has expanded beyond its original purpose and is now a "do pretty much anything" tool.
  
The aim of Presence is to allow users to create automated tasks to perform a variety of process-led functions such as querying data sources, generating reports, sending emails etc, whilst eliminating the need for writing code. It is highly visual, intuitive, and can be picked up and used by just about anyone.
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The aim of Presence is to allow users to create automated [[Tasks]] to perform a variety of process-led functions such as querying data sources, generating reports, sending emails etc, whilst eliminating the need for writing code. It is highly visual, intuitive, and can be picked up and used by just about anyone.
  
 
The core components of Presence are the [[Database Server]], [[Work Server]] and [[Administration Client]]. The Administration Client is focused around the [[Task Designer]]. Once a [[Task]] has been created it can either be scheduled to run at certain fixed times, or can be accessed "[[On Demand]]" via a web server.
 
The core components of Presence are the [[Database Server]], [[Work Server]] and [[Administration Client]]. The Administration Client is focused around the [[Task Designer]]. Once a [[Task]] has been created it can either be scheduled to run at certain fixed times, or can be accessed "[[On Demand]]" via a web server.

Revision as of 10:35, 16 March 2009

What is Presence?

Presence was originally developed as an Integration, Monitoring and Alerting tool. Since its first release in 2000 it has expanded beyond its original purpose and is now a "do pretty much anything" tool.

The aim of Presence is to allow users to create automated Tasks to perform a variety of process-led functions such as querying data sources, generating reports, sending emails etc, whilst eliminating the need for writing code. It is highly visual, intuitive, and can be picked up and used by just about anyone.

The core components of Presence are the Database Server, Work Server and Administration Client. The Administration Client is focused around the Task Designer. Once a Task has been created it can either be scheduled to run at certain fixed times, or can be accessed "On Demand" via a web server.

Who uses Presence?

Our customer list includes the following organisations:

  • Mitsubishi UK
  • Minnesota Department of Agriculture
  • Gerber Juice
  • Credomatic (Bank of South America)
  • Electro Andina
  • Spire Healthcare
  • Classic Hospitals
  • Citylink
  • Belshaw
  • Cummins UK
  • Miki Travel