MultiValue Vendors Continue to Move Forward in 2022

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Mike Ruane, President and CEO, Revelation Software

The new year has not started as well as most of us would have hoped—new variants, breakthrough cases—with an end result of  more employees still working from home. During the past 2 years, more and more users of Revelation-based OpenInsight systems  needed to have access from both home offices and from the office itself. Many of these systems are too complex to be moved to a  browser-based system easily, so we’ve done what we can to make their experiences better, without any changes to their system programming.

We recently released OpenInsight 10.1. This version of OpenInsight has numerous performance improvements, some tailored specifically for working from the cloud. These changes will benefit both users of OpenInsight systems and developers. OpenInsight 10.1 also includes a new REST interface designer, which allows developers to rapidly prototype RESTful support routines to provide access to web clients. There are also changes to email routines to address changes in standards and protocols and enhancements to reporting routines to provide better output options for both ad hoc and programmed report.

We will soon be releasing version 5.4 of our Universal Driver, which will help in those situations when the remote users may be on less-than-optimal internet connections. Reconnecting to existing sessions should be easier, improving the user experience and connectivity.

Businesses and organizations are busy enough keeping up with changes in their sandboxes—employees working from home, fewer employees, new employees. We at Revelation Software will do all that we can to make sure that we handle the changes required by new architecture and platforms. We feel it’s our obligation to do so, and we take our obligations seriously.

So, as the situations change, we will adapt. As the saying goes—we can’t change the wind, but we can adjust our sails. Come what may, Revelation Software will help our customers weather the storm.

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