Release of InLoox 6.5
New version supports Microsoft Outlook 2010
Just like previous versions, InLoox 6.5 is seamlessly integrated into Outlook and supports Outlook 2010’s new menu ribbon. “We have designed the interface so that the user works only with those functions, which he actually needs”, explains the user interface specialist Martin Grünert. „It eliminates unnecessary clicks and we done a lot of tidying up.“ Customers, who are still using Outlook 2003 or 2007, will not be forced to adapt to something new – the familiar interface with toolbars and menus is still available.
The update includes a number of other useful improvements. The connection to Microsoft Exchange Server is a lot quicker, e.g. selecting project contacts from public address books or by assigning work packages in the project plan. The report designer has been extended with an improved PDF export, new barcode types as well as a user-friendly print control, which enables simultaneous output to different devices and formats.
The single-user InLoox personal edition is outfitted with a more powerful data base driver that speeds up the processing of large amounts of project data. The InLoox server versions are, now, easier to install, as the MySQL and Oracle data base installation has been improved.
The update is available free of charge to all customers. Anyone interested in testing the software can obtain a fully-functional 30-day trial version. Both the update and the trial versions can be found at www.inloox.com
InLoox (formerly IQ medialab) is based in Munich / Germany. The company develops state of-the-art software solutions fully integrated in Microsoft Outlook that streamline and accelerate business processes. The InLoox project management system is the company's flagship product. More than 25,000 users in over 1,000 companies from all sectors of business, including more than 20% of the companies listed on the German DAX technology stock exchange, have put their trust in the know-how of InLoox. Well-known customers of InLoox include Charité Berlin, German Red Cross, Intersport, Seat, Siemens, and many more.