Meridian Systems launches Prolog 2007 with improved construction project management features
FOLSOM, Calif., Oct. 9, 2006 -- Meridian Systems(R), provider of enterprise project management software for optimizing capital projects, programs and facilities, announced a new release of its industry leading project management software, Prolog(R) 2007. Available today, Prolog 2007 provides robust construction project management control for large to mid-sized organizations including general contractors, engineering firms, private building owners and public agencies.
"Prolog 2007 truly reflects how our customers use technology for construction project management," said Bruno Berti, senior director of product management at Meridian. "By incorporating extensive customer feedback, Prolog 2007 users will benefit from increased productivity and smooth application performance."
The Prolog 2007 naming allows users to recognize this latest Prolog version as the most current software release. By upgrading, Prolog users will benefit from three types of enhancements:
-- Support for updated software releases. Prolog WebSite viewer support is provided for Microsoft Office 2003, AutoCad 2004 and Adobe Acrobat 7 documents. Other software infrastructure upgrades include support for Microsoft SQL 2005 and Crystal Reports(R) XI for Prolog.
-- New feature and usability updates. These improvements allow Prolog users to manage and track data on multiple projects more effectively on a real-time basis. Users will experience increased flexibility in managing project specific contacts; increased flexibility in customizing project specific List Groups; and the ability to quickly identify and review attached files in both Data Entry Forms and Register Views.
-- Increase quality through performance improvements -- Meridian has incorporated extensive user feedback in Prolog 2007, and as a result, hundreds of customer reported issues related to database performance, application usability, and report management have been addressed.
Prolog applications are also available in a secure hosted environment for web-based project management via Meridian's ProjectTalk solution ( http://www.projecttalk.com ). All of the updated features and functionality in Prolog 2007 will also be available to ProjectTalk users within the next 30 days.
For more details on the Prolog 2007 enhancements, please visit http://www.meridiansystems.com/prolog2007 to download the "What's New in Prolog 2007" datasheet, and to view recorded Prolog 2007 new feature videos.
Software Support Renewals
Meridian customers may upgrade to Prolog 2007 at no cost by ensuring their support agreements are current. For a limited time, Meridian is offering renewals of expired support agreements without any penalty fees. For more information on this program, call Meridian at 800-850-2660.
About Meridian Systems
Construction project management software from Meridian Systems allows building owners, construction and engineering firms, and government agencies to efficiently manage their capital projects, programs and facilities. Meridian has pioneered Infrastructure Lifecycle Management (ILM) technology that automates the Plan-Build-Operate project lifecycle, enabling building owners and operators to improve top-line revenue growth, while reducing capital project costs and schedules. Meridian has become the industry standard for successful construction project delivery, and is ranked as the market share leader for project management and collaboration software by Constructech magazine,(1) and by the CFMA among general contractors larger than $101 million in revenue.(2) Meridian provides construction project management solutions to more than half of the ENR Top 400 Contractors. For more information, call Meridian at 800-850 2660, or visit: http://www.meridiansystems.com/pr100906 .
(1) Statistics excerpted from the 2006 National Construction-Technology survey, Constructech Magazine
(2) CFMA's 2006 Information Technology Survey for the Construction Industry, sixth edition with the permission of the Construction Financial Management Association, Princeton, NJ, 609-452 8000.
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