MITEM Releases MitemView 6.2
Releases features enhancements to improve ease of use,
productivity of the developer
MENLO PARK, CA – January 17, 2006 - MITEM Corporation, a leading provider of legacy integration software and healthcare applications, today announced the immediate availability of MitemView version 6.2. This release features many enhancements to the development environment that will increase productivity of customers who wish to deploy legacy integration solutions such as composite applications and bi-directional interfaces.
Gale Aguilar, president of MITEM said, "Our intent with this release was to significantly expand the breadth of MitemView’s development environment to meet the needs of customers who must integrate with various middleware products, applications and with vendor-specific interfaces. We have made over 30 developer-centric enhancements that are based on direct market feedback. In addition, we have specifically addressed the environments for .net and TIBCO developers.”
MitemView version 6.2 ships with 31 enhancements to the development tools including:
- New toolbar, navigation history and filtering
- Enhancements to the log viewer, including supporting for very large log files
- New options for several existing commands, and one new command
- MV.ToMask support for several scrolling terminals
Established in 1985, MITEM is a provider of legacy integration software and applications. MITEM powerful integration engine MitemView, integrates differently designed systems to share critical data and automate business processes. It is the platform on which MITEM’s Blue Iris™ line of healthcare solutions is built. These solutions include Blue Iris Connect, Blue Iris MD Expansion Pack and Dr. Chart®.
MITEM’s products have been deployed in diverse industries including health care, public utilities, financial services, manufacturing, education and government. MITEM’s global customer base includes: Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Barnes Jewish Hospital, Cortland Memorial Hospital, Baltimore Gas and Electric, Swiss Life, CalPERS, United States Postal Service and the US Navy.
Web sites: www.mitem.com and www.blueiris.md