IndySoft’s new release is coming with a new name


IndySoft Corporation, a specialist in calibration and asset management software, has announced that its calibration management software’s upcoming version 13 release will be coming with a new name.

IndySoft Client, which is used by enterprise customers performing calibrations, will be called and Indysoft for Commercial Lab Management that commercial calibration companies use for the end-to-end process management of running a commercial calibration lab will be called

“IndySoft has a strong reputation in the asset management software market that we have built up over the past 25 years,” commented the company’s CEO and founder, Rhett Price. “We are proud of that and will keep it as our company name, but the timing makes sense now for us to separate our product names from the company name.

When choosing the new product names IndySoft wanted to make it crystal clear what its customers were getting. “Just as you know exactly what you are going to get at, and tell you all you need to know, just with the name,” added Rhett.

Along with the name changes, IndySoft put a lot of effort into improving the user interface with version 13. The new interface has a cleaner, more modern appearance while maintaining access to the same features and functionality that IndySoft customers are used to.

HiDPI, which stands for high dots per inch, is supported so users with a high-resolution screen will enjoy extra crispness in the text and graphics within the application.
There will also be a dark mode option that enhances visual ergonomics by reducing eye strain and providing comfort in low lighting settings.

Version 13 will come with a new Layout Designer that will allow screens to be arranged in real-time, and layouts will be able to be zoomed in and out of for optimal viewing depending on the task at hand.

Customer feedback drove most of the other 180+ features and functionality improvements in version 13. “We are continually asked for additional fields, so we added over 50 new fields and expanded all Company and Equipment ID fields to 50 characters. We’ve added a new Specification Management tool that will greatly ease the complexity of on-the-fly uncertainty calculations.
We’ve added the ability for multi-station login, which allows one user to work on multiple calibrations on multiple computers at the same time. Also, with the addition of new advanced test point layouts for calibrations, complex calibration data entry requirements can be made clear and simple for technicians,” continued Rhett.

“We were also able to satisfy the requests of our larger enterprise customers. New version 13 functionality that was driven by these customers include Azure and AWS cloud document storage, enterprise Single Sign-On which enhances security and enables users to authenticate with a single ID for multiple systems, and UTC date & time stamping for all events and system logs which improves the management of databases that stretch worldwide.”

Version 13 will have an add-on KPI module that gives managers and decision-makers a top-level graphical summary of core business objectives to keep on top of changes, issues, and trends in performance. Managers can quickly review employee productivity to see the average time spent on calibrations, repairs, or anything else they might care to track.
They can view financial trends by equipment category, employee, or shop branch. Easily check the pass/fail rate by manufacturer and model number to get an accurate analysis of their operations and keep track of how often standards are used, when they need to be calibrated, the number of calibrations they have performed, and the associated revenue. and are currently going through beta testing.
The eventual release date will depend on how the beta phase goes but is expected within the first quarter of 2022.


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