arcplan, a leading provider of business intelligence (BI) software, announced version 4.1 of its flagship product dynaSight, which offers significantly expanded functionality. Key features of the new version include further improvements to the product's scalability, the integration of evolving technologies, and new support functions for the fast and flexible construction of customized information systems. With dynaSight 4.1, arcplan's list of supported systems and platforms is extended to 64-bit computing, the .NET client, and DB2 CubeViews. In addition, arcplan includes Linux support, reflecting the company's commitment to staying on top of the growing trend in enterprises for Linux-based server solutions. dynaSight 4.1 will be shipped in the first quarter of 2005.

A new feature of 4.1 is a Linux server that supports Novell/SuSE Version 9.x and later, and RedHat Version 7.3 and later, proving that arcplan is responding to the rapid growth in the popularity of open source systems. Linux enables customers not only to reduce costs, but to strengthen security, as the published source code offers several advantages in this area.

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