Square 9 Softworks has announced the latest release of its Enterprise Content Management software, GlobalSearch 4.5.2. Slated as a summer maintenance release, several new feature enhancements have been added to the software. This includes native 64-bit support for the desktop client, new data mining tools in the browser, and a new QuickStart configuration feature for product deployments and configuration.
Square 9 said the biggest change in the GlobalSearch 4.5.2 release is the new QuickStart rapid configuration tool. This feature provides the user community with pre-designed application templates which can be loaded during or after the installation process. The QuickStart templates, reportedly, allow Square 9 solution providers to reduce the time of delivery by up to 90% and the total cost of ownership by as much as 50%. QuickStart includes templates for Accounts Payable Processing and Human Resources Management, which are now available for on-premise deployments with the release of GlobalSearch 4.5.2.
“The market is asking solutions providers to simplify their approach to product delivery and QuickStart takes on this need directly,” stated Square 9 President, Stephen Young. “Our user community is more interested in benefiting from industry best practices than starting with a blank canvas when it comes to solution design. That’s the entire premise behind QuickStart.” Young added.
Additional features include a new “find to file” feature within the document viewer which allows users to locate information anywhere in a document. This feature augments and extends content-based search functions native to the product and includes jumping to next/previous matches across a document.
While already 64-bit compatible, GlobalSearch 4.5.2 now supports native 64-bit architecture, which impacts both the GlobalSearch API and desktop client applications. This allows users to fully leverage the power of 64-bit operating systems through both increased performance and stability, especially when performing memory intensive operations, according to Square 9.
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