Mike Ruane President and CEO
2021: MultiValue and Change As we approach the end of 2021, we at Revelation Software are just releasing our latest version of OpenInsight, version 10.1.
This release has been over a year in development and consists of changes, additions, and improvements requested by our end users and VARS, as well as specific items that we wanted to add into the product. Some changes make the toolset easier to use, others
make the end-user experience better, and even more increase our performance, making reporting and processing faster. And while a majority of our users use our built-in Linear Hash database, a number are using different MultiValue databases, while still others use SQL databases.
2022 will mark the 30th year since OpenInsight was first released. It was the first graphical release of a MultiValue database and graphical user interface, and we modestly believe that we’re the best GUI MV product.
Recent announcements in the MultiValue world seem to highlight the need of modernization of the look and feel of MV products—not just the tools, but the applications created by these tools. Revelation software would like to help.
We’d like to make this offer: if you’re a MultiValue developer and haven’t worked with OpenInsight 10 before, we’ll offer to you a Works Membership that allows use of OpenInsight 10, with technical support, and access to our E-Learning course for OpenInsight 10, for a year, for Free. No charge. Gratis.
We make this offer with the sincere hope that if you’re a MV developer and may be concerned about the future of your application, that you take a look at a MV toolset that has been updated, upgraded, and enhanced for over three decades, and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.
We invite you to try OpenInsight. We think you’ll like it.