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TimeKM™ leverages next generation Microsoft Platform
Montreal, Canada - November 23, 2009 - PensEra Knowledge Technologies is pleased to announce the release of TimeKM™ Enterprise 6.3 scheduled for general availability in January 2010. TimeKM 6.3 delivers compliance with Microsoft's latest server and desktop technologies including Windows Server 2008 (64bit and Itanium), SQL server 2008 and Windows 7 desktop.
Law firms with multiple offices, distributed management, and the need for multi-lingual support, require a robust scalable time management solution that recognizes their unique timekeeping needs, yet in order to control costs and manage risk, the system must meet industry standards and participate well within the firms infrastructure strategy. As a Microsoft GOLD partner PensEra continues to address infrastructure compliance by leveraging the evolution of the Microsoft platform within its product suite.
PensEra, as well as a vast majority of industry experts, feel law firms are well positioned to take advantage of the latest Microsoft offerings including the new Windows 7 desktop, says Peter Zver, President of PensEra. With signs of an improved economy as well as positive reports on the reliability, performance and functional advantages of Windows 7, 2010 is quickly shaping up as the year for infrastructure upgrades for law firms.
In addition to compatibility with Microsoft's new platform, TimeKM 6.3 is introducing a new speller technology supporting its Unicode compliant capture with the availability of 100 languages and variants - all designed to meet the needs of the multi-office enterprise firm with global reach.
As "Best-of-Breed" in time capture solutions, TimeKM is the only system offering compatibility with enterprise practice systems Elite 3E and SAP ERP in a multi-language global environment. Adherence to and leveraging the latest Microsoft technologies is comforting to firms assuring them of TimeKM's continued commitment to the products evolution both from a functional as well as architectural standpoint.