McLaren Software Announces Availability of Enterprise Engineer 3.6.2 Service Pack 3

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33 New Features, 6 Platform and Application Certifications Delivering Improved Performance, Usability, and Deployability

McLaren Software the leader in Enterprise Asset Document Management applications announces the general availability of Enterprise Engineer 3.6.2 SP3 from the 4th September 2009. In addition to specific performance improvements Enterprise Engineer 3.6.2 SP3 includes 33 new features, 6 platform and application certifications, delivering improved performance, usability and deployability.

The incorporation of new streaming technology allows McLaren Work Manager users to interact immediately with search and browse results before the full results have been displayed. User actions can now be completed faster particularly where project or asset folders contain many hundreds or thousands of documents. The incorporation of document counters, progress bars, advanced folders, document filtering options, and import results location reporting provides increased visibility and simplified use of the overall system .

Behind the scenes, the improved server memory management and Reprographics Server add stability and robustness to support customer deployments of Enterprise Engineer TM extending to many thousands of users. Support for EMC DocumentumTM 6.5 SP1, IBM FileNet P8TM 4.5, Windows Server TM 2008 are now included, with AutoCAD TM 2010 following shortly. Enterprise Engineer TM Client deployment has been improved to allow a single software update push (e.g. SMS) to simplify upgrades of existing installations.

"Extensive feedback from the McLaren Customer Advisory Board has helped to shape the latest service pack release of Enterprise Engineer. With our customers under pressure to reduce the number of vendors and improve ROI from existing technology investments, we are seeing an increasing commitment to the Enterprise Engineer application suite. We are solving more business problems for more users and the performance and usability enhancements are a response to the increasing scale and criticality of customer deployments". Commented Paul Muir CEO McLaren Software.

About McLaren Software - The Asset Documentation Integrity Company

McLaren Software develops enterprise scale Asset Document Management and Change Control applications. Enterprise EngineerTM forms a key component of any Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) software strategy.

Enterprise Engineer TM incorporates industry best practice processes designed for Owner Operators and Engineering Prime Contractors in asset intensive industries, including Oil & Gas, Energy & Utilities, Life Sciences, Transportation, Natural Resources, Process Manufacturing, and Healthcare. McLaren applications are proven to reduce operational costs, lower the risk of non-compliance, improve efficiency and accelerate engineering project execution by ensuring the reliability and integrity of asset and project documentation.

Enterprise Engineer TM enables users to effortlessly adhere to consistent business processes while benefitting from enhanced collaboration and productivity gains. User adoption is accelerated by integrations with common desktop applications including Microsoft OfficeTM, Microsoft OutlookTM, Autodesk AutoCADTM, and Bentley Systems MicroStationTM.

Formed in 2000 McLaren Software draws from over a decade of Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) and engineering domain expertise. Enterprise EngineerTM has been installed in over 100 implementations throughout the world supporting in excess of 75,000 users. McLaren Software applications are accredited by leading ECM and Collaboration technology vendors including EMC, IBM, and Microsoft.

McLaren Software is headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland and Houston, Texas, with offices in Germany and a growing number of reseller and service partners in all major geographies.

http://www.mclarensoftware.com

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