You can use asynchronous proxy workflows to optimize the run of remote workflows.
The schema of all asynchronous proxy workflows is the same, but contains different scripting.
An asynchronous proxy workflow returns immediately a result that is a local wrapper of the remote workflow token object. The proxy workflow uses this token to check the state of the run and to retrieve the output parameters when the remote workflow completes its run. The output parameters can be used directly by other workflows on the local Orchestrator server when they are of simple type, such as, boolean, number, string, and similar.