OpenSpan, a provider of business user productivity software services, has launched version 4.1 of its OpenSpan Platform, featuring support for SAP.
According to the company, with support for messaging platforms, plus new or enhanced support for Oracle Forms, BMC Remedy, IBM Lotus Notes and Microsoft Access, the OpenSpan Platform continues to drive business user productivity improvements across additional enterprise applications and messaging platforms.
The company has said that the OpenSpan Platform version 4.1 facilitates business user productivity by eliminating the silos separating packaged and custom applications deployed on user desktops, enterprise servers, and virtualized environments or in the cloud.
The company also said that the OpenSpan Platform v4.1 also enables the creation of tooltips or pop-ups, which guide users through a desired workflow. Tooltips are a way to extend existing applications in order to streamline training or ensure process adherence for new or existing employees. With OpenSpan, enterprises can create their own tooltips for legacy applications.
Eric Musser, CEO of OpenSpan, said: The OpenSpan Platform version 4.1 is the industry’s most comprehensive and universal platform for improving desktop productivity through process automation and application integration. As we continue to build out a library of adapters for leading enterprise applications and messaging middleware, the OpenSpan Platform is becoming more of a universal change agent for business user productivity.