Sesame Database Manager Celebrates its First Birthday!

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Lantica Software, developers of Sesame Database Manager, today announced the release of Sesame Database Manager 1.1. This major upgrade to the successful small business database package comes on the heels of a well-attended User Conference and marks the first anniversary of the product that provided a modern migration path for users of Symantec Q&A.

Lantica Software, developers of Sesame Database Manager, today announced the release of Sesame Database Manager 1.1.

This major upgrade to the successful small business database package comes on the heels of a well-attended User Conference and marks the first anniversary of the product that provided a modern migration path for users of Symantec Q&A.

The Sesame User Conference, held in October in Baltimore, MD, gave Sesame users and consultants an opportunity to meet each other, interact with the Sesame Development Team, and provide feedback on the pre-release version of Sesame 1.1. The User Conference attendees also participated in several days of workshops focusing on application design, client-server configuration, and in-depth use of both beginner and advanced features.

Sesame 1.1 builds on the solid foundation provided by Sesame 1.0, adding many new features as requested by the Sesame user base.

Key new features of Sesame 1.1

  • New Sample Applications including a fully programmed Order Entry/Invoicing application.
  • New tools for application developers
  • Powerful new reporting capabilities
  • New printing commands
  • Over 50 commands added to the built-in programming language

About Sesame Database Manager

Sesame is a database management program specifically geared to small business and corporate departments. In a market dominated by application development tools designed for consultants, Sesame offers powerful and flexible database tools also designed to be easy for users, business owners and do-it-yourselfers.

Originally conceived as a replacement product for Symantec Q&A, Sesame is a logical migration path for those still using Q&A. It has the ability to translate Q&A 4.0/5.0 for DOS and Q&A for Windows databases into Sesame applications. Q&A users will find that Sesame uses many of the same keystrokes, search syntaxes and programming language commands as Q&A.

Sesame is a cross-platform product which runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP and on Linux (Intel). Rather than porting between platforms, Sesame is simultaneously developed on both Windows and Linux. This combined with a true client-server architecture allows you to mix-and-match Windows and Linux clients and servers at will, giving you the flexibility to experiment with different operating systems, and to make the best choice for your workstations, servers and web servers without changing your database package.

A free trial version is available for evaluation at http://www.sesamedatabase.com. Sesame's trial version has no time limit on the software itself. Databases built with the trial version "expire" after 30 days. Once a database expires, installing the release version of Sesame fully reactivates it. A single-user copy of Sesame with full client/server capability retails for $249.00 USD. Additional client license pricing depends on volume.

Sesame features more than 800 pages of documentation and tutorials provided as high-quality printed manuals, as well as in PDF format. Technical support is available through several channels, including telephone, online and a peer-to-peer Support Forum.

For more information about Sesame, visit the Lantica Software website at http://www.lantica.com or the Sesame Database Manager website at http://www.sesamedatabase.com.

For more information, contact:

William Halpern – CEO

Lantica Software, LLC

100 Jericho Valley Drive

Newtown, PA 18940

Phone: (800) 410-6315

Company Site: http://www.lantica.com
Product Site: http://www.sesamedatabase.com

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