Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 24, 2014 -- The dual focus of this release was to provide a richer desktop experience within the browser and to provide expanded and improved documentation. Improvements were made in controls and customization, and the documentation was enhanced and transformed into an HTML-based system which provides quick and easy access to best practices and information about the many options and controls. Particularly requested was browser-app integration with SAP’s Crystal Reports product, the de facto standard in enterprise reporting and commonly used by CA Plex and CA 2E (Synon) customers for business intelligence. For those seeking a rapid move to web- and mobile-enablement, the latest release of CM WebClient empowers that step.
John Rhodes, CTO said, “The CM First solution dramatically compresses the CA Plex development cycle using existing models, action diagram code, and panel designs, meeting the business goals of rapid deployment with minimal risk. Companies know that mobile is critical to meeting customer demands, but without an easier way to accomplish the task, many haven’t seen a way to transform their CA Plex and 2E legacy applications.”
Some examples of the enhanced browser- based, rich desktop experience are as follows:
• Save grid column size & position for each user
• Improved alt-key handling for Menus & Buttons
• Supports browser shortcut keys, such as F5, within the CA Plex application
• Improved grid CSV export support.
Expanded documentation, include detailed control support, Crystal Report documentation, and mobile workshops can be found at this link: http://support.cmfirstgroup.com/hc/en-us/categories/200193880-CM-WebClient-for-CA-Plex Existing customer interested in taking advantage of the functionality can open inquiries on the support site for more information.
CM First customers are already realizing concrete results in much less time than had been projected.
United Heritage Life Insurance Company, needed a way to support field agents with mobile applications. The challenges were many: no budget for additional staff, no mobile experts, and a need to get to mobile quickly. At the same time, United Heritage staff hoped for a solution that required minimal recoding and minimized the need to understand the complexity of supporting the different operating systems and devices. With CM WebClient, United Heritage was able to combine two key applications into one mobile interface, empowering insurance agents to quickly define custom policies for customers in the field. http://www.cmfirstgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/United-Heritage-Success-Story-final.pdf
Now more than ever, CM WebClient deserves a look. If the next major initiative is web or mobile-enablement, learn how it can be much simpler to implement. Visit the web site at: http://www.cmfirstgroup.com/initiatives/mobile-application-enablement/
About CM First Group
CM First is a global software and services company with focus on application modernization, custom development of enterprise applications that support high-performing, and agile development teams in three key areas: Application Modernization for IBM Environments, Custom Application Development Architected and Agile, Tools and Technology for Future Development.
John Rhodes, CM First Group - North America, http://cmfirstgroup.com, +1 (512) 423-1959, [email protected]