May 8, 2008 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Melle, Germany - Project management consultants ProjectWizards are pleased to announce the release Merlin 2.6 Beta 1, offering a Web interface to allow true cross-platform functionality.
"Merlin 2.6 takes project management to the Internet," says ProjectWizards' CEO Frank Blome. "Now, all project managers can take advantage of our easy-to-use professional project management software, regardless of what platform they are using."
Merlin has been recognized as the premier Macintosh-based project management application. With the introduction of the add-on Web module, users can publish their projects over the Web quickly and easily. These projects can then be viewed by peers, colleagues, clients, and stakeholders on any platform using any common browser, including Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 7. Or they can be saved as static Web sites, accessible to authorized users.
"When we released Merlin 2.5 in January," Blome says, "we knew the next step would be to increase global access across platforms. We are very pleased that this release just four months later introduces Merlin to a whole new group of users."
In addition to the Web interface functionality, Merlin 2.6 Beta 1 includes enhancements to increase stability, ease of use, and overall performance. For more information or to download a free copy of Merlin 2.6 Beta 1, please visit their website.
ProjectWizards combines its extensive consulting experience and Macintosh development expertise to create Merlin, project management software designed exclusively for the Macintosh operating system. For more information, visit their website.