San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2009
Extentech today released ExtenXLS 7.0 Java spreadsheet SDK now with Excel 2007 (XLSX & Office Open XML/OOXML) support.
ExtenXLS 7 provides advanced capabilities to Java applications requiring spreadsheet functionality with best-of-breed Excel compatibility. By giving developers support for the latest office file formats, ExtenXLS ensures forward and backward compatibility for important Java spreadsheet applications.
Trusted by hundreds of companies worldwide for over seven-years, ExtenXLS is the Java spreadsheet SDK of choice for companies such as the Nielsen Corporation, Infoteria Corporation, and AT&T.
Organizations looking for cost-savings and efficiency can save significant developer hours and cut down on the emailing of spreadsheets by reusing them in business applications. Mapping data to spreadsheet templates and reporting allows for flexible analysis and business intelligence that anyone can use. Re-using business logic in spreadsheets has been shown to increase developer productivity by eliminating coding and decreasing mistakes in translating spreadsheet formulas to custom Java code.
Extentech CEO, John McMahon states, "For our customers, being able to read and write Excel 2007 files in Java represents a significant ROI. Our goal is to provide our customers with total Excel compatibility and spreadsheet functionality in a supported 100% Java class library. Spreadsheets are the most critical and widely used business tool, and Java is the premiere business technology platform. ExtenXLS brings these two powerful forces together by giving Java developers the power of the spreadsheet as a reporting and analysis tool, calculation engine, and server logic repository. With built-in Web 2.0 capabilities such as integration with Sheetster.com and ExtenXLS 360 Spreadsheet Server, ExtenXLS is a 21st-Century spreadsheet development tool for serious developers demonstrating value in a tough economy."
ExtenXLS 7.0 gives Java programmers complete control. With a single line of code, developers can create spreadsheets from scratch, insert cells, numbers, formulas, charts, images, named ranges, hyperlinks, and dates. The SDK can output in a variety of formats, including XLS, XLSX, JSON, HTML, XMLS, and features innovative new functionality such as automated generation of data mapped spreadsheets.
ExtenXLS 7 is available immediately as a free thirty-day evaluation download at: http://extentech.com/index.jsp?ref_id=17011. Pricing starts at $1995 per server including a year of unlimited email support and all upgrades.
About Extentech, Inc.:
Extentech, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco CA., is a leading developer of Java integration and spreadsheet tools that help corporate decision makers, developers, and business users maximize ROI by leveraging spreadsheets and Web 2.0 technologies. Founded in 1999, Extentech Inc. provides state-of-the-art spreadsheet automation, integration and business intelligence tools for IBM, JPMorgan, Accenture, Toyota, and hundreds of companies worldwide.
For more information, visit: extentech.com