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November 11, 2010

SWC launches new Pivot Browser for Microsoft SharePoint users

Identify, locate and sort items based on file attributes or properties

By CBR Staff Writer

SWC Technology Partners, a provider of IT offerings to midsize businesses has launched Pivot Browser, a custom tool that leverages Microsoft PivotViewer technology to facilitate browsing and querying files stored in Microsoft SharePoint and other applications.

The new SWC Pivot Browser is a graphical interface that enhances the pivot viewer browsing and navigation experience within sharepoint libraries as well as other applications, enabling users to search one or multiple SharePoint libraries in a visual manner, and identify, locate and sort items based on file attributes or properties.

SWC said its new Pivot Browser enhances the process of querying, locating and organising files from within a SharePoint library, saving time and increasing accuracy, in addition to enabling understanding of commonalities and connections between files.

SWC Technology Partners vice president Jeff Hoffmann said they listened to their users and developed Pivot Browser in response to their request for a more interactive, visual way to locate and sort files in SharePoint.

"This new tool is a customised use of PivotViewer technology that adds value to our SharePoint implementations," Hoffmann said.

Microsoft Live Labs first introduced the Pivot concept in 2009 to help show how various objects on the Web are interconnected.

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