Phoenix, AZ – First Trace Inc. has released Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Kinnosa 4.1, the firm's principal Engineering Document Management solution. The SP2 release includes support for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 as well as support for AutoCAD 2010 and AutoVue. The SP2 release also includes a host of bug fixes, software upgrades and new system enhancements.
The new Windows 7 operating system is generating a lot of buzz in the industry and is intended to make everyday tasks simpler, faster and give users more control of their PC. First Trace's release of SP2 for Kinnosa 4.1 includes support for both 32–bit and 64–bit versions of the Windows 7 operating system. This complements Kinnosa's existing support for Windows XP and Vista.
Support for AutoCAD 2010 continues Kinnosa's commitment to the widely popular 2D CAD tool. First Trace customers can use Kinnosa to manage files produced by AutoCAD versions 2007 – 2010. Oracle's AutoVue product delivers native document viewing, markup and real–time Web–based collaboration capabilities that are heavily utilized in Engineering Enterprises. The SP2 release for Kinnosa 4.1 allows greater flexibility for First Trace customers to utilize the viewer of their choice to streamline the engineering design, review and release processes.
In addition to a host of bug fixes, the SP2 release includes many valuable system enhancements for greater flexibility with the Engineering Document Management solution. Key enhancements include:
* Add–in integration and support for Microsoft PowerPoint
* Enhanced support for MySQL
* Batch printing capabilities
* Customized document revision label schemes
* Improved PDF creation services
* Advanced search performance and searching options
* Ability to design custom security models based on users, groups, document types, folders and more
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