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Client Process Automation

With JP1/Client Process Automation (JP1/CPA), you can control the execution schedule and order of regular business processes performed.


Automate an entire series of processes performed on a PC and set flexible execution schedules.


Automate the execution of processes performed by different RPA products and streamline your business operations as a whole.


Centrally manage the processes running in your system allows you to check their overall progress and identify any problems.

Key Features

With JP1/Client Process Automation, you can automate the sequence of regular business processes performed on PCs. By simply combining preset items that define what (RPA products, data aggregation performed manually by using spreadsheet software, and the sending and receiving of files and emails) is to be executed when and in what order.

You can start by automating operations on a single PC. Then, link JP1/CPA with JP1/AJS3 to automate and centrally manage the business systems used throughout your company.

You can specify a detailed execution schedule for processes (such as a specific date and time, or an execution interval).

JP1/CPA can execute a process when an event is detected.
For example, processes can be executed when a file is created, when an email is received, or when a user logs in to Windows.
JP1/CPA allows you to automate the processes by linking them with certain events, rather than scheduling them.

With JP1/CPA, you can ensure that the tasks are executed in a particular order. For example, you can schedule a task execution after the completion of a preceding task, or define a task to be executed after the completion of multiple preceding tasks.

You can easily check the execution status of business processes by using the GUI. For processes in which multiple tasks are executed in a specific order, you can check both the status of the process (such as "Wait for start time", "Ended normally", or "Ended abnormally") and, if the process fails, the specific task that failed and the cause of the failure.

Some RPA products cannot execute multiple tasks at once as a failure might result if one task starts while another is still in progress. In this situation, you can use exclusion settings to ensure that multiple tasks do not run at the same time.

By linking JP1/CPA with JP1/AJS3, you can coordinate regular processes performed on a PC and the processes performed by using various RPA products, along with core processes. This allows you to automate and centrally manage your business systems as a whole.

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