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Network Automation Releases Beta Version of AutoMate 10

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October 16, 2013

Network Automation Releases Beta Version of AutoMate 10

By Monica Gleberman, Contributing Writer

Network Automation (News - Alert), Inc. has spent almost a decade working on the development and delivery of high-value automation software that is designed to take the burden off of business owners by completing tasks of its own through a set of pre-recorded tasks or commands.

The software allows users to begin these pre-recorded commands through the click of a button. Almost any tasks you need performed on your computer can be done through an automation system. Companies all over the world have been trying to perfect the way their system operates.

Network Automation, a provider of automation software, just released a new beta version of its highly popular automation program, AutoMate Version 10.

“This important category integrates the best of IT Process Automation and Application Integration into a single platform helping to bring IT and business users into closer alignment,” Dustin M. Snell, founder and CEO of Network Automation said in a blog post. “Now today, after nearly two years of development, we are pleased to reveal to the public the next-generation of our market leading automation platform.”

The new version also include features such as a modernized user interface, Facebook (News - Alert) and Powershell compatibility, PDF and image action, a database trigger, WMI action, task event support, improved Web service support and Windows dissection, which now supports Java applications.

Network Automation said this release marks the first of its kind in automation solutions. “This new release builds upon Network Automation’s belief that development of automation solutions should be simple no matter the robustness of the task at hand. Instead of requiring people to generate, memorize and manage custom scripts throughout complex systems, AutoMate 10’s code and syntax-free scripting capabilities allow users to automate key tasks,” said Shell.

The beta version is now live for users to try through Network Automation’s website.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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