Calendar Tools 3.0 for Visual Studio .NET - Released
Simplifying Collaborative Enterprise Appointment Scheduling
August 18, 2008 (Winnipeg) – DBI Technologies Inc., the development community’s award winning provider of scheduling software components is pleased to announce the release of Calendar Tools 3.0 for .NET – the leading Windows developer product for appointment-based scheduling. Delivering on the needs of enterprise developers with current features, presentation and Vista styles in a simplified programming model, Calendar Tools 3.0 for .NET re-establishes the values appreciated by enterprise development teams. “With the right combination of IDE and component tools, development teams can concentrate on what they’re good at, building great software. The right set of tools also allows the Enterprise to focus corporate resources where they are most effective. DBI’s component products give Development teams the integrated features to quickly establish trend-setting presentations and sparing the time developers need to integrate the corporate resources their application architectures are designed to deliver” said Alan Shead, President of DBI.
Simply put, DBI provides the tools to get the job done with lasting first impressions. Calendar Tools 3.0 for .NET brings to the fore collaborative data management for the primary entities developers handle every day – appointments, contacts, locations and tasks managed in scheduling modules and commercial scheduling solutions. “This is a major time saving feature we have integrated into our scheduling controls offering developers an efficient way to manage data from one point for all instances of the related scheduling controls”, said Craig Gluck, VP of Product Development.
Managing inter-related resources such as those found in healthcare and the service sector where aligning patient and customer needs to the right place at the right time are key factors for driving optimized results. CRM and ERP solution providers have come to rely on DBI’s Scheduling solutions to help resolve many of the complexities associated with enterprise scheduling software. Calendar Tools 3.0 for .NET further advances the ability of developers to
manage multi-dimensional scheduling with finesse and visual ease.
DBI is shifting the burden from just the developer. Calendar Tools 3.0 for .NET and DBI’s other scheduling and presentation layer products are primary tools developers add to their component toolbox for building creative scheduling and planning software. DBI component products are hardened, commercially ready, re-useable developer tools designed for Visual Studio 2005 / 2008 and many other compliant integrated development environments.
A single developer’s license of Calendar Tools 3.0 for .NET starts at $399. Complete product details including samples with integrated PEM viewers in VB.NET and C# formats can be found at: https://www.dbi-tech.com/CalendarToolsDotNet.asp
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About DBI Technologies Inc.
DBI Technologies Inc. is a commercial software development company focused on empowering application developers with the most flexible and respected, reusable commercial software components for Scheduling and Presentation layer application design. DBI is recognized for its award winning component products and its technical support for customers working in any Microsoft or .NET and OLE compliant development environments.
As an industry leader in the implementation of component-based application development, DBI provides creative solutions for its customers, incorporating current technologies built on commercially sound component-based architectures. DBI sets the standard for .NET and OLE compliant components. Built to rugged specifications and requirements, DBI components perform with precision and implementation ease in all compliant environments. https://www.dbi-tech.com.
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