Tuesday, 03 April 2012 21:00

Cadac Organice supports the Brava viewer for Microsoft SharePoint

By Guus Weitzel

The Brava viewer offers enhanced functionality and capabilities for viewing, comparing and markup of documents and CAD drawings in Microsoft SharePoint

Heerlen, The Netherlands, April 3, 2012 - Cadac Organice, Microsoft Gold ISV Partner and developer of SharePoint-based solutions for Engineering Document Management & Control, supports the Brava viewer for Microsoft SharePoint. The Brava viewer offers enhanced functionality and capabilities for viewing, comparing and markup of documents and CAD drawings in Microsoft SharePoint.

Brava for Microsoft SharePoint is a proven and trusted viewer that is being used by companies worldwide. It is developed by Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC) that has been adding value to SharePoint since its very first release. Over this time IGC has adapted and extended Brava's integration to be quite extensive in value. Brava supports knowledge workers in retrieving information from SharePoint by offering the possibility to easily view documents and CAD drawings without need for the original application. In addition the viewer supports review and approval processes with functionality for redlining, markup and annotation.

Cadac Organice has integrated Brava for Microsoft SharePoint in its latest build 3600. Brava for Microsoft SharePoint is a central server side solution. Besides enhanced viewing functionality and capabilities, the viewer offers high performance and is available to users working with documents and CAD drawings in SharePoint through Cadac Organice as well as through an internet browser. Build 3600 also includes general performance improvements and improvements in uploading and importing files. Users are for instance notified when filenames include unsupported characters by SharePoint, and offered the possibility to automatically replace them.

Cadac Organice 2010 build 3600 is available to customers from April 2012.

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