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CREOS S.A. just migrated successfully out of Help Systems’ Jams Scheduler to Activeeon for great benefits

June 18th, 2021 - Press Release

Activeeon is proud to announce to you that the ProActive Workflows & Scheduling solution has been selected by the IT department at CREOS as part of its call for tenders for an IT workflow scheduling and orchestration solution.

The CREOS IT team wanted to develop the scheduling of its workflows by implementing a complete IT orchestration solution in place of the classic JAMS scheduling solution, already used within the organization to perform simple tasks and files transfer. With the replacement of the Help Systems’ Jams Scheduler by the Activeeon’s ProActive Workflows & Scheduling solution, the CREOS IT department is now able to manage centrally and extensively all new and existing technologies used by the group.. The ProActive Workflows & Scheduling orchestrator is used by CREOS for the automation of a wide variety of IT tasks such as restarting business applications, performing backups, deploying windows servers, retrieving information and maintaining third-party software, meta-scheduling, control resources and many more.

According to Creos, “When deploying the solution, we also appreciated the professionalism, competence and responsiveness of the support provided by Activeeon, as well as its ability to understand our issues and provide them with solutions. Their ability to send highly qualified engineers directly to us to develop the solution themselves is extremely appreciated.”

About Creos Luxembourg

Creos Luxembourg S.A. (part of the ENCEVO group) manages the delivery of electricity and natural gas networks in Luxembourg. The utilities networks managed by Creos include more than 10,000 km of power lines and around 2,100 km of natural gas pipes, as well as more than 290,000 electricity customers and some 48,000 customers connected to natural gas. Creos also manages and monitors meters, process customer consumption data. The Encevo group employs more than 2,000 people and is present in Germany, Belgium, France and the Netherlands.

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Published on June 18, 2021