Bluecielo unveils Innocielo 2008a software
Bluecielo ECM Solutions
Innocielo 2008a software
Bluecielo ECM Solutions has released Innocielo Meridian Enterprise 2008a and Innocielo Teamwork 2008a.
Innocielo Teamwork offers functionality for engineering teams, while Innocielo Meridian Enterprise is suitable for larger and more complex asset management environments, with business process-orientated, configurable and out-of-the-box functionality.
Innocielo Meridian Enterprise 2008a now adds support for the 64-bit version of AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor and Solidworks, as well as simultaneous support for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows applications on the same workstation.
It completes the support of Microsoft Remote Desktop and Citrix Terminal Server, enabling subcontractors to access CAD documents via the internet, or users at remote sites to access CAD documents stored centrally in an Innocielo Meridian Enterprise vault.
Innocielo Meridian Enterprise 2008a adds client email integration with Lotus Notes to the integration with Microsoft Outlook released in Innocielo Meridian Enterprise 2008.
Like Innocielo Meridian Enterprise 2008a, Innocielo Teamwork 2008a supports 64-bit AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor and Solidworks, besides many smaller enhancements and fixes.
Innocielo Global Collaboration Framework 2008a, the latest version of the Innocielo Meridian Enterprise module that allows exchange of content and collaborative workflow between geographically dispersed engineering teams, has been released for Innocielo Meridian Enterprise 2008a.
This module provides group support, enabling sites to be combined into groups, where enlistment is done per group.
Ownership transfer is still to a specific site, but the entire group receives an update.
Bluecielo ECM Solutions has signed an agreement with Oracle to allow its customers to use the visualisation capabilities of Oracle's Autovue 2D Professional in Innocielo solutions.
Bluecielo ECM Solutions has released Innocielo Advanced Project Workflow module 2008a.
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