New Release From 'Innovation Leaders' in Progress Reporting
Escendency, a former resident company of InfoLab21, has announced the release of the latest version of the Escendency System, the software standard for holistic progress reporting.
Escendency 2010 provides numerous functional and usability enhancements and will be supported on a number of different platforms and browsers.
With the new release, Escendency again lives up to its name of developing flexible, simple and intuitive tools for education, local authorities, agencies, enterprises and businesses.
Mark Robinson, Founder of Escendency says,
"As we reach the sixth birthday of the Escendency System it has continued to grow and evolve through enhancements suggested by our growing number of users from ever more sectors.
"Escendency 2010 is a quantum leap and we offer it as an exciting and fun 'thank you' to our fans, new and old."
For more information about the new features please go to the website below.
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