IndySoft Takes Calibration Management to the Cloud with Latest Release for Sensors & Instrumentation 2018

Asset management is made easier with IndySoft’s latest release, Version 11.  With over 120 new features, performance enhancements, improved interface and a new cloud-based subscription model, IndySoft’s latest release is designed to meet the needs of a diverse array of businesses in the calibration, tooling and preventive maintenance arenas. This version will be available to see on our stand C15 at Sensors & Instrumentation.

Cloud-based software offers many advantages over on-premise software. Operational agility is frequently noted as a key driver of going to the cloud; flexibility to quickly and easily scale based on business needs is built in. Going to the cloud may also have financial benefits. Perpetual licenses require a lot of capital on the frontend, where cloud subscriptions provide cheaper monthly options and include support. Additionally, it allows businesses to focus on what they are in business to do. Because there is no on-premise hardware required and set-up and management is much simpler, an expensive IT department or outsourced IT services are not needed.

Now included as a part of the IndySoft product line is the formerly optional Uncertainty and Trend Analysis Modules. These functions have become a critical requirement for Enterprise and Commercial Lab customers provoking the integration into the product at no additional cost.

IndySoft will start shipping German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese versions of the software. With the new Version 11 release, customers can already begin performing their own translations of the IndySoft Client.

“IndySoft has long been known for our industry leading customisation capabilities which makes every deployment feel like it was designed specifically for each company,” said Price. “Now, with the addition of Unicode and multi-lingual support we are prepared to offer a comprehensive solution for multi-national organizations with support personnel using any language.”