Thursday, September 10, 2009

JTB FlexReport 5.1 released

JTB FlexReport 5.1 adds the new feature JTB Process Monitor making usage reports on most any application possible.

This opens the door to monitor usage of standalone applications like Word, Excel, Outlook and AutoCAD LT.

There is a service part and a client part of the application and two separate installers. The data is saved into the main JTB FlexReport database JTBFlexReport.NET.mdb and reports on the usage can be done in the normal way. This means that JTB FlexReport also needs to be installed. The client computer does not need to be connected to the network all the time. It still can monitor the usage and when connected again it will send back the data to the server.

JTB Process Monitor is useful while preparing to covert standalone licenses to network licenses as it will help to know how much the applications are used and by what users.

Another usage scenario is to identify users that might not need a full license.

If you have a need to split costs of software based on usage JTB Process Monitor will be a big help.

Upgrade from 5.0 to 5.1 is only needed if you want the new functionality.

JTB Process Monitor is priced in relation to an estimation of number of clients. The price per license is approximately 1/5 of the price for the main JTB FlexReport application.

Existing customers that wants this feature can request a quote for the upgrade.

Download the JTB Process Monitor Documentation PDF for more details.

Download of the installers are available from the JTB FlexReport site.

Contact us to get a time limited license file for free. You can try it in your environment with your real data for a few weeks with full functionality.
Full support is provided during trial period.

Get ready to optimize network license and most any software usage.

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