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SURAT, India — “I don’t have to go to the gym,” says Urmil Kumar Vyas with an impish smile. “Don’t you think climbing 400 steps is enough exercise for a day?”

Vyas and I are wending our way toward a high-rise building in one of the wealthier zones of Surat, a city of 5 million in western India about five hours north of Mumbai. Vyas is a primary health worker in the Surat Municipal Corporation’s Vector Borne Diseases Control Department. He has spent 21 years on the job, and has seen his share of sickness and death. But his energy and sense of humor remain intact.

Vyas joined the city workforce in 1994, the year Surat exploded onto the front pages of newspapers worldwide in the aftermath of a virulent plague. More than 50 people died. Hundreds of thousands more, including migrant workers, fled the city out of fear; businesses across the city shut down.



Enterprises will account for 46 percent of Internet of Things (IoT) device shipments this year, BI Intelligence predicts. That’s not surprising when you consider the incredible predictions around IoT savings (billions, according to Business Insider) and IoT revenues ($14.4 trillion by 2022, according to this Forbes column).

But first, there will be raw data — terabytes of it, warns Elle Wood in a recent post for analytics vendor AppDynamics’ blog.

“With a sensor on absolutely everything – from cars and houses to your family members – it goes without saying there will be some challenges with these massive amounts of data,” Wood writes. “After all, IoT isn’t just about connecting things to the Internet; it’s about generating meaningful data.”



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Quantifying supply chain risk

Today, more businesses around the world depend on efficient and resilient global supply chains to drive performance and achieve ongoing success. By quantifying where and how value is generated along the supply chain and overlaying of the array of risks that might cause the most significant disruptions, risk managers will help their businesses determine how to deploy mitigation resources in ways that will deliver the most return in strengthening the resiliency of their supply chains. At the same time, they will gain needed insights to make critical decisions on risk transfer and insurance solutions to protect their companies against the financial consequences of potential disruptions.

As businesses evaluate their supply chain risk and develop strategies for managing it, they might consider using a quantification framework, which can be adapted to any traditional or emerging risk.



Liebert® iCOMTM controls can reduce cooling energy usage by up to 50 percent and installation costs by up to 20 percent

COLUMBUS, OhioEmerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, today introduced new Liebert® iCOM thermal controls to offer data center managers higher energy efficiency, greater protection and deeper, actionable insight at the cooling unit and thermal management system levels.

Available in North America, the next generation of Liebert iCOM unit and supervisory system controls comprise an easy-to-use infrastructure optimization system for monitoring and managing the data center environment and controlling the operation of data center thermal management systems.

“The Liebert iCOM controls let managers protect, harmonize and optimize thermal systems more intuitively than ever before,” said John Peter Valiulis, vice president, North America marketing, thermal management, Emerson Network Power. “Its most powerful capabilities are in protecting the data center at the cooling unit level and in auto-tuning the multiple thermal system components across the entire data center, operating them in tandem in the most efficient and reliable manner. This ‘teamwork mode’ can result in cooling energy savings of up to 50 percent.”

At the cooling unit level, the Liebert iCOM unit control comes factory installed on certain Emerson Network Power data center thermal management systems and also is available as a retrofit for existing systems. Its highly intuitive, full-color, touch screen simplifies operation, saves time and reduces human error. It is designed to eliminate single points of failure to protect the cooling unit in the event that adverse conditions arise at the system level. Self-optimizing features address events before they become problems. For instance, if refrigerant pressures were to approach unsafe thresholds, the Liebert iCOM unit control would lower fan speed and compressor capacity to avoid a unit shutdown.

At the supervisory level, the new Liebert iCOM-S control offers a revolutionary way to harmonize and optimize thermal system performance across the data center, gain quick access to actionable data, and automate system diagnostics and trending. It uses machine-to-machine communication and advanced algorithms that utilize data from rack inlet sensors, pressure sensors and supply air temperatures to optimize airflow and temperature for the highest protection and efficiency.

The pre-programmed teamwork modes of the Liebert iCOM-S optimize and harmonize the entire thermal management system. This type of communication prevents units from working at cross-purposes and allows the system as a whole to adapt to changes in facility-level demand as efficiently as possible to improve efficiency and availability, and reduce system wear and tear. For instance, four data center cooling units with variable capacity fans in teamwork mode can operate 56 percent more efficiently than four fixed speed units operating autonomously. Teamwork mode can be used in small and large data centers, creating a self-healing infrastructure that detects adverse events and resolves issues before problems arise.

The Liebert iCOM-S can also result in up to 20-30 percent lower installation costs by streamlining setup and reducing or eliminating the need for custom integration to building management systems. It can automatically detect and configure up to 4,800 wireless rack sensors as they are added, removed or changed, providing a single point for binding room sensors to cooling unit control groups. It lets managers easily import floor plans for quick setup and customization and is preconfigured for simple building management system (BMS) integration. The large format, touch-screen graphical interface significantly reduces the time it takes to configure the cooling system, change set points, identify adverse events and monitor system thresholds.

The Liebert iCOM control may be supported by optional on-site control optimization service and 24-hour tech support with a guaranteed 4-hour service response time for contract customers. For more information on LiebertiCOM thermal controls, or other technologies and services from Emerson Network Power, visit www.EmersonNetworkPower.com.


About Emerson Network Power

Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR), is the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure technologies and life cycle services for information and communications technology systems. With an expansive portfolio of intelligent, rapidly deployable hardware and software solutions for power, thermal and infrastructure management, Emerson Network Power enables efficient, highly-available networks. Learn more at www.EmersonNetworkPower.com.


About Emerson
Emerson (NYSE: EMR), based in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global leader in bringing technology and engineering together to provide innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and consumer markets around the world. The company is comprised of five business segments: Process Management, Industrial Automation, Network Power, Climate Technologies, and Commercial & Residential Solutions.Sales in fiscal 2014 were $24.5 billion.For more information, visit

New Technology Addresses Complexity of Dispersed Global Teams and Infrastructures


LONDON, UK. – xMatters, inc., a leader in communication-enabled business processes, today introduced innovative new functionality in the most advanced system for rapidly responding to IT incidents and reducing business downtime. The latest release of the xMatters platform is available globally today.


With the growing reliance on digital business processes, enterprises cannot afford business interruptions. According to a recent study conducted by Dimensional Research, businesses are disrupted within the first few minutes of an IT outage, and poor communications management means finding the right person to investigate the issue can take longer than resolving it.


xMatters' cloud-based platform is an award-winning intelligent cloud communications technology that enables IT teams to alert stakeholders to service disruptions, technical issues or other business interruptions, making communications more collaborative and efficient so problems can be resolved quickly.


With an increasing amount of IT infrastructure distributed globally across internal data centers and external providers, the need for follow-the-sun coverage and rapid collaboration when dealing with incidents has become critical. The new xMatters solution addresses the complexity of frequent changes to schedules and vastly improves collaboration capabilities, including consolidated views and reporting across monitoring applications. The technology facilitates effective two-way communications to the internal teams and external service providers responsible for a rapid resolution to incidents.


New functionality in the latest xMatters platform release includes:


Improved Scheduling: To better manage the unexpected, users now can easily adjust the on-call calendars so they don't skip a beat when someone is out sick, for example. Users also can view the on-call contact information for sub-groups to facilitate manual callout, and they can edit and view schedules using different time zones to see local dates and times.


Stronger Conferencing and Reporting Capabilities: The xMatters solution now enables up to 200 global users on conference bridges. Incident managers can view the attendees by name and skillset, and they can attach attendance logs to their incident reports with the click of a button. Conference bridge selections can now be saved in scenarios and accessed through both the web interface and mobile clients to pre-define collaboration processes using incident bridges.


Integrated Properties: New messaging capabilities allow a message sender to pull in data from integrated external systems to create messages with ticket and incident details. And, the data can be securely pulled from behind the firewall systems using the xMatters integration agent.


Strengthened Mobility Features: Android and Apple iOS apps now include repeating alert settings, conference bridge sections, a revised inbox and more.

To learn more about xMatters' new communications platform release, go to: https://support.xmatters.com/hc/en-us/articles/204335329-Spring-2015-Release-Overview.


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"Our customers face increasing complexity in their IT environments. After nearly fifteen years, we understand the complexities and sophistication required to solve these issues across multiple disciplines and geographies to address critical incidents," said Troy McAlpin, CEO of xMatters. "The new innovations found in our latest xMatters release directly address these complexities, enabling more rapid resolution times and ultimately a reduced impact to the business."



About xMatters, inc.
xMatters' cloud-based communications solutions enable any business process or application to trigger two-way communications (push, voice, email, SMS, etc.) throughout the extended enterprise during time-sensitive events. With over a decade of experience in rapid communication, xMatters serves more than 1,000 leading global firms to ensure business operations run smoothly and effectively during incidents such as IT failures, product recalls, natural disasters, dynamic staffing, service outages, medical emergencies and supply-chain disruption. xMatters is headquartered in San Ramon, CA with additional offices in London and Sydney.

More than 30 customer-requested enhancements deliver readiness for Windows 10, Visual Studio 2015, SHA 256 Certificates and more


MAIDENHEAD, U.K. – Flexera Software, the leading provider of software licensing, compliance and installation solutions for application producers and enterprises, announced today the launch of InstallShield 2015.  InstallShield is the de facto industry standard for traditional and agile development teams creating Windows, Azure and Microsoft App-V software installers.  With more than 30 customer-requested enhancements InstallShield 2015, among other things, gives developers confidence that their installations will be compatible with the latest technologies including Windows 10, Visual Studio 2015 and SHA-256 digital signatures.


Application producers need to have confidence that their software is compatible with and will install properly on Windows 10, the much-anticipated upgrade of Microsoft's operating system. InstallShield 2015 is Windows 10-ready, enabling producers to confidently build installations that support Windows 10 as well as existing versions of the operating system including Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.


Moreover, developers often prefer to do their application development and installation development together using a common user interface.  InstallShield 2015 integrates with the latest Visual Studio releases, including the soon-to-be released Visual Studio 2015.  When integrated with Visual Studio and MSBuild, InstallShield 2015 can add project output groups to installations and integrate into developers' source control and solution build process.


"It's critical that we're able to support the latest technologies and operating systems, and that our software will install and work in the environments in which our customers operate," said Jeff Kleppinger, Principal Release Engineer at Imprivata, a leading provider of authentication and access management solutions for the healthcare industry.  "We are planning our support now for Windows 10 and upgrading to Visual Studio 2015.  Our ability to leverage InstallShield 2015 and the support provided by Flexera Software will be critical to a smooth upgrade process and successful rollout of our next Windows 10-supported version."


InstallShield 2015 also prepares developers for changes in Microsoft's certificate requirements.   Installations signed with SHA-1 certificates after January 1, 2016 will be treated as untrusted by Windows.  Installations need to be signed with SHA-256 digital certificates after this date.  InstallShield 2015 supports SHA-256 certificates and digests, enabling companies to start adopting SHA-256 certificates before the January deadline.


InstallShield 2015 has also been refined - building upon its leadership in the installation development space.  Its continuous integration capabilities have been extended with new support for automation scripts to configure and maintain Advanced UI and Suite/Advanced UI projects, reducing manual tasks and increasing installation developers' efficiency in creating builds. 


"Installation is the customer's first impression of a product.  We enable developers to stay current with the latest technologies while creating installations that reflect their company and product branding," said Maureen Polte, Vice President of Product Management at Flexera Software.  "InstallShield 2015 reflects our ongoing commitment to deepen our leadership position in the installation space by innovating and having the solutions our customers need in place - even before they're needed."



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About Flexera Software
Flexera Software helps application producers and enterprises increase application usage and the value they derive from their software. Our next-generation software licensing, compliance and installation solutions are essential to ensure continuous licensing compliance, optimised software investments and to future-proof businesses against the risks and costs of constantly changing technology. Over 80,000 customers turn to Flexera Software as a trusted and neutral source for the knowledge and expertise we have gained as the marketplace leader for over 25 years and for the automation and intelligence designed into our products. For more information, please go to: www.flexerasoftware.com.  

Planning and operating an intelligent traffic management system for the Polish city of Lublin


LONDON – The eastern Polish city of Lublin is using software from the PTV Group to help with its traffic planning. On the one hand, these software tools help to improve infrastructure. On the other hand, they provide traffic managers with reliable data for short-term decision-making. Lublin would like to use this package of measures to provide significant relief for urban transport.


In an ongoing project, the eastern Polish city of Lublin is relying on software from the PTV Group to improve its traffic infrastructure. The City Council has set itself the goal of putting in place an intelligent transport system based on the latest technology. The Council thereby wishes to speed up the flow of traffic and encourage more people to switch to public transport.


Vice President Traffic Sales at PTV, Miller Crockart, sees his company as the ideal partner to turn these plans in Lublin into reality: "Various PTV planning and optimisation products can easily be combined and used together. Our tools can easily address the challenges of this project. Investments in infrastructure planning can be easily combined with decision-making tools for real-time operations."


The plan, for example, is to improve the linkage between public transport provision and private transport, continue adapting timetables to meet passenger needs, reduce travel times, test new routes and provide a generally sound basis for decision-making on new investments. The consultancy company that is appointed uses PTV software to examine the effects of actual decisions in a virtual model, compare various alternatives and obtain reliable predictions of possible scenarios.


PTV's complete Traffic Software Suite allows the consultancy company to carry out design and planning: PTV Visum is used for modelling transport networks and transport demand, for planning public transport services and developing transport solutions that include all modes of transport. PTV Vissim enables planners to simulate traffic situations and the driving behaviour of motorists at specific junctions. You therefore get an exact replica of the traffic situation at a particular location and are able to influence the behaviour of road users. PTV Vistro helps traffic planners to carry out detailed traffic analysis.


Moreover, Lublin has opted for PTV software to control its traffic signals in a way that is based on requirements, thereby directing and synchronising the flow of traffic. The use of PTV Balance enables so-called "green waves" that adapt to prevailing traffic demands on a short-term basis. For motorists, this means that they can reach their destination more quickly, spend less time in stop-and-go or stationary traffic and therefore cause fewer exhaust emissions.


The traffic management tool PTV Optima provides short-term forecasts on traffic situations in specific locations, including accurate traffic information for the entire network. Based on the information available it produces reliable forecasts for the next 60 minutes. This information is relayed to motorists on information boards, allowing them to plan their route so that they can reach their destination as quickly as possible.

The Lublin project should be completed by the end of 2015. The authorities in the eastern Polish city expect these measures to make a significant improvement on traffic flow and bring about a significant reduction in emissions.


PTV. The Mind of Movement
The PTV Group provides software and consulting for traffic, transport logistics and geomarketing. Be it transport routes or sales structures, private or public transport - we plan and optimise everything which moves people and goods worldwide.

Our range of products and services includes Software & Services, Components, Data & Content and Consulting & Research. Customers in more than 100 countries rely on our solutions. Our software tools enable private and public sector organisations to perform their everyday tasks in a highly efficient manner. And right at the forefront: our market-leading product lines PTV Map&Guide for transport route planning, PTV Smartour for trip planning, the software components PTV xServer as well as PTV Visum for traffic & transport planning and PTV Vissim for traffic simulation.

Scientific expertise is one of our particular strengths. We run projects in a goal-based and practice-oriented manner. Currently, we have over 600 employees worldwide crafting powerful and innovative solutions. Our head office, which is located in the technology region of Karlsruhe, Germany, has been the centre of development and innovation since the formation of our company in 1979.

The German company PTV Planung Transport Verkehr AG is a member of the PTV Group.


Companies can reduce costs by up to 40 percent, experience near-zero recovery times and minimize risks with new Pay-as-You-Go DRaaS option

HOUSTON – iland, an award-winning enterprise cloud hosting provider, today announced its new Pay-as-You-Go Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) offering that gives customers a faster path to protecting business and satisfying compliance requirements.

In a recent iland online poll, 75 percent of 154 respondents reported their company would lose revenue if a disaster struck. Yet despite this looming risk, teams fail to adopt disaster recovery plans because of the multifaceted complexity associated with choosing, implementing and testing a solution. In fact, the overwhelming majority of poll respondents (87 percent), understand the potential benefits of cloud-based disaster recovery, yet still face significant, time consuming hurdles to a complete solution.


With the new Pay-as-You-Go (PAYG) DRaaS option, companies can rely on iland to help bypass those barriers and achieve dependable disaster recovery more cost effectively than ever before, because customers only pay for compute resources when they actually need them. The Pay-as-You-Go offering comes with flexible contract lengths, including month-to-month and discounted term contracts.

iland’s dramatically simplified service offering makes it easier for customers to understand and buy DRaaS.  Quotes are comprised of as few as four line items, not pages of figures, and a far simpler resource consumption model in the event of a disaster. The new lower costs are supported by price drops in all three tiers of storage: SSD, Archive tier and Advanced storage. iland’s new DRaaS service offering represents an estimated savings of up to 40 percent over market prices, further supporting companies on their path to disaster protection.


“Whether adopting a disaster recovery plan for compliance reasons or to safeguard business continuity, the best way to confirm that a solution works is to see it in action, protecting your environments,” said Lilac Schoenbeck, VP of product management and marketing at iland. “We are making that happen with our new PAYG DRaaS offering, ensuring customers get disaster recovery plans scoped, implemented and tested as fast as possible. We have also added a 30-day-guarantee, which lowers the risk of trying out iland DRaaS and reinforces our commitment to customer satisfaction.”


With iland’s DRaaS services powered by Zerto, customers can:

·         Achieve near-zero recovery time objectives, minimizing downtime by replicating virtualized workloads to iland’s high-availability, global cloud infrastructure

·         Ensure the success of implementations by taking advantage of iland’s industry-recognized onboarding and project management support team that help plan, execute and test the solution

·         Execute tests and failovers, and evaluate performance trends at will through iland’s Enterprise Cloud Services portal, which can also be used to manage iland cloud infrastructure resources

·         Leverage redundant, high speed, low latency connectivity to Tier 1 providers and connect directly to hundreds of carriers

·         Satisfy compliance and security requirements, as iland’s global data center locations meet regional certification specifications and data is encrypted using AES-256

·         Accommodate a range of configuration options with support for physical, colocation and complex networking requirements

Recognized by both Forrester Research and Gartner, iland’s DRaaS technology and support ensure customers get the protection they need to fulfill business requirements while staying on budget. In April 2015, iland was named a Challenger in the inaugural Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service”* for its ability to execute and completeness of vision.

iland is ranked as a leader in Forrester Research, Inc.’s report entitled, “The Forrester Wave™: Disaster-Recovery-As-A-Service Providers, Q1 2014.” Forrester refers to iland as “the dark horse champion” in the report. In the research firm’s evaluation, iland received the highest scores possible for its core DRaaS offerings, recovery objective capabilities, platform and application support, data resiliency and risk mitigation, security, value proposition and vision, as well as pricing, service levels and contract terms.

For more information on iland’s disaster recovery services, go to:

·         iland Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service

·         iland Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service, powered by Zerto


About iland

With data centers in the U.S., U.K. and Singapore, iland delivers proven enterprise cloud solutions that help companies do business faster, smarter and more flexibly. Unlike any other provider, iland’s technology and consultative approach mean anyone–regardless of expertise, location or business objective–can experience the benefits of a hassle-free cloud. From scaling production workloads, to supporting testing and development, to disaster recovery, iland’s secure cloud and decades of experience translate into unmatched service.  Underscoring the strength of its platform, the company has been recognized as VMware’s Service Provider Partner of the Year, Global and Americas; is part of the Cisco Cloud Managed Service Provider Program for IaaS and DRaaS; and partners with other industry leaders including Zerto and Veeam. Visit www.iland.com.


All registered trademarks and other trademarks belong to their respective owners. 

*Source: Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service” by John Morency, Christine Tenneson April 21, 2015.

FreeStor helps organizations leverage unified storage infrastructures and cloud for smarter data management

MELVILLE, N.Y. — FalconStor Software Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC), a 15-year innovator in data protection, data mobility and virtualization, today announced it has joined OpenStack, a global community of developers collaborating on cloud architecture and an open source cloud operating system. Participation in the OpenStack community complements  the May 6th launch of FreeStor™, enabling customers to leverage existing storage platforms to deliver unified data services across open, heterogenous IT infrastructures, both physical and virtual.  These two efforts further illustrate FalconStor’s comitment and vision to enable customers to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings enabled by truly open, software-defined  approaches.

Backed by more than 500 participating organizations, OpenStack is a massively scalable, open source cloud operating system that is on the verge of becoming the industry standard for public and private clouds.  FalconStor technology drives smart, reliable cloud data protection services to reduce costs and improve performance. With the combination of FalconStor and OpenStack, organizations can move data protection operations to the cloud to deliver efficient backup and disaster recovery and help drive service-oriented data protection. 

“Our powerful data services platform, FreeStor, enables cloud and managed service providers to deliver flexible solutions to meet demanding requirements to move, store, protect and optimize data,” said Gary Quinn, FalconStor President, and CEO.  “Joining OpenStack further enables us to fulfill our promise to provide data protection solutions that support virtually any IT environment.  We look forward to supporting OpenStack as part of our FreeStor platform.”

FreeStor's horizontal architecture unlocks a new world of storage opportunities, allowing IT managers to maximize efficiencies and lower costs  while taking advantage of cloud, hybrid cloud, flash storage and Software-Defined Storage.  A groundbreaking Intelligent Abstraction™ approach delivers seamless access and unified data services across entire storage infrastructures without having to invest in new technology, or rip and replace existing platforms. Always-on availability and continuity keep business running while enabling them to move, synchronize and protect data seamlessly across virtual and physical storage platforms. To learn more about FreeStor or to be notified about the availability of OpenStack support, interested parties can visit http://freestor.net or contact one of our FalconStor Partners.
About FalconStor

FalconStor Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC) is transforming how enterprises move, store, protect and optimize data. Founded in 2000, FalconStor offers an award-winning platform for data migration, business continuity, disaster recovery, optimized backup, and deduplication. FalconStor helps maximize data availability and system uptime to ensure nonstop business productivity while simplifying data management to reduce operational costs. Our open, integrated software solutions reduce vendor lock-in and give enterprises the freedom to choose the applications and hardware components that make the best sense for their business. FalconStor solutions are available and supported by OEMs, as well as leading system integrators and resellers worldwide. FalconStor is headquartered in Melville, N.Y. with offices throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific region. For more information, visit www.falconstor.com or call 1-866-NOW-FALC (866-669-3252).

BURLINGTON, Wash. Legend Brands has just released version 4.0 of Dri-Plan, its popular mobile job documentation system.

Dri-Plan offers a simple, flexible, and secure field documentation tool for water damage restoration professionals. The mobile app – and the website (www.Dri-Plan.com) that synchs with it – is designed by restoration experts to enhance adjuster and third party contractor communication, speed data entry and provide tools for instant review of project status and results. Dri‑Plan is now available for the Apple iPad and iPhone on the Apple Store. http://bit.ly/1bB49P2

“Dri-Plan streamlines water damage mitigation documentation,” said Brandon Burton, Technical Director at Legend Brands. “Technicians can use the data they collect to build dynamic and detailed documentation.” Job site photographs can be pinned right to the reports, and technicians can add an unlimited number of notes to ensure complete job record keeping.

Release 4.0 includes a substantially more robust data synchronization system to ensure user data is securely backed up and available for report generation. A variety of user interface updates are designed to take full advantage of the Apple iOS 8.0 update. Specifics include time -saving features like a button to instantly adjust all wall measurements in the room, increased tap area for icons throughout, and a new edit feature for renaming and removing rooms, zones and floors from the map.

The Dri-Plan website has also been revamped, with an improved user interface and a new, easier-to-use report layouts. The team has also added an all-new “Atmospheric” report, which can be used to present humidity, temperature and other psychrometric data for a project.

With the 4.0 release, the Dri-Plan team has laid the groundwork to introduce a variety of additional improvements later this year. “Version 4.0 is a foundational update,” notes Burton. “We are already working on further improvements to workflow, interface design and website improvements.”

The Dri‑Plan service costs much less than other job monitoring applications. Creating an account incurs a one-time setup fee of $200 per office location, and just $25 per month for each user. Learn more about Dri-Plan here. www.Dri-Plan.com