Revelation Software releases Character to OpenInsight (CTO) at International Spectrum Exhibition
- 13 March, 2006 10:56
<p>Sydney, NSW. - March 13, 2006, Revelation Software is proud to announce the release of Character to OpenInsight (CTO) at International Spectrum’s 25th Annual MultiValue Conference & Exhibition. The CTO interface allows developers and users of traditional MultiValue applications to migrate to the graphical world of OpenInsight at their own pace. CTO is designed to provide an intermediary platform, and as such emulates to a great extent the traditional MultiValue environment.</p>
<p>“With CTO developers can have the best of both worlds (GUI and character), with no middleware add-on costs. Our design goal is to take a virtual ACCOUNT-SAVE of an existing application and restore the saved account as an application within OpenInsight. Once restored, CTO provides the ability to gradually migrate from character to GUI using a combination of both interfaces,” said Robert Catalano, Technical Sales Specialist, Revelation Software</p>
<p>“At Revelation Software, we pride ourselves as a company that listens to our market,” said Mike Ruane, President / CEO Revelation Software.” Response to our flagship product OpenInsight was met with great enthusiasm at last year’s International Spectrum, but we were told that complete conversion to GUI takes too long. Our goal over the next year was to provide a solution to this problem, and we did with the advent of CTO!”</p>
<p>Character to OpenInsight has been integrated into OpenInsight Release 7.2 at no additional charge and is available from Revelation Software or through their network of resellers. See www.revelation.com <http:></http:> for details.</p>
<p>About Revelation Software Founded in 1982, Revelation Software delivers a suite of application development tools and companion services that take full advantage of leading network computing architectures, and client server platforms. Today, the company's flagship product OpenInsight is the only database development and application environment that provides both Windows, Linux and Java-based GUI tools to develop and deploy web-based and client server applications that support native and relational XML, SQL, Lotus Notes and the leading legacy MultiValue data sources such as Arev, Pick and IBM Universe. There are more than 1.5 million licensed users of Revelation products across 60,000 deployed sites worldwide. The company has offices in Westwood, New Jersey, as well as a European distributor in the United Kingdom, and an Asia Pacific subsidiary in Australia.</p>
<p>Note to editors: Revelation Software is a division of Revelation Technologies. Revelation Software, OpenInsight and JOI are trademarks of Revelation Technologies. All other trademarks and trade names are property of their respective holders.
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