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Greenville, South Carolina (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
IndySoft Corporation, a leader in calibration and asset management software, today announced a new release of software, IndySoft Version 11. Version 11 adds over 70 new features, a faster interface, Unicode and multi-lingual support, and uncertainty and tooling features included in every client license. With this, they also announced a simplified pricing structure with perpetual license, monthly cloud hosting and self-hosted subscription based options.
“We are very excited about our new cloud based option,” notes Chief Technology Officer, Rhett Price. “Our customers can have the same experience whether they are in a lab or on site on a mobile device. Another bonus is that they will always have access to the latest version. Upgrades for the latest enhancements, features and security updates can quickly and easily be pushed to all users on the system.”
Cloud-based software offers many advantages over on-premise software. Operational agility is frequently noted as a key driver of going to the cloud; flexibility to quickly and easily scale based on business needs is built in. Going to the cloud may also have financial benefits. Perpetual licenses require a lot of capital on the frontend, where cloud subscriptions provide cheaper monthly options and include support. Additionally, it allows businesses to focus on what they are in business to do. Because there is no on-premise hardware required and set-up and management is much simpler, an expensive IT department or outsourced IT services are not needed.
Version 11 also introduces an optimized cache system for speeding up network database access and a new faster option for accessing the client from a shared network drive. These optimizations provide greater robustness and over 3 times speed improvement in some applications.
Oracle database support now utilizes the latest BLOB/CLOB technology for embedded documents in order to meet the latest IT requirements. And, as an added bonus, a new IndySoft email server application allows for all emails to be funneled through one central server…