Deltek, a leading provider of enterprise management software for project-focused organizations, announced the general release of Deltek Vision 4.1, the newest version of Deltek's industry-leading software solution for professional services firms of all sizes. Vision 4.1 includes powerful new visualization and workflow features aimed at empowering firm owners and project managers to more effectively analyze their business metrics and streamline operations.

With Vision 4.1, users will now be able to use visualization to model multiple future scenarios, allowing firms to better forecast and plan their business. Deltek pioneered visualization for project-focused businesses in Deltek Vision 4, released in June 2006.

Vision 4.1 also includes new workflow improvements that enable users to define actions and alerts based on business metrics. These new workflow features provide firms with an early warning system for project or firm performance. In addition, Vision 4.1 also offers an enhanced Web services application programming interface that allows firms to more easily integrate Vision with other existing applications, or customize Vision based on the specific needs of the organization.

"Vision 4.1 provides our firm with a real-time, precise view into the health of more than 1,000 active projects, allowing us to make critical bottom-line staffing and project execution decisions quickly and accurately," said Bill Deitner, CEO of TKDA, a renowned engineering, architecture and planning firm ranked among the country's top 500 architecture firms. "In just a few months using Vision 4.1 beta, our firm has already experienced notable time savings and productivity improvements, and we anticipate further gains in business efficiency and profitability."

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