MacCentral reported that Salient Corp., a developer of infrastructure software, has signed an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) agreement to use GraphOn’s GO-Global software to Web enable their Minder series of interactive scoreboard software for business, enabling the software to run unchanged on any Mac, PC, Java device or Web browser.
However, any company that wants to run time and billing packages over the Internet from their computing platform of choice may also want to check out The Practical Digital Partner from Foundation Software Labs. The product also uses GraphOn’s GO-Global infrastructure software.
GraphOn signed a VAR (value added reseller) agreement to give customers of
Foundation Software Labs cross platform, remote access to full featured, Web enabled versions of The Practical Digital Partner. Called WEB-PDP, the legal services management suite uses GraphOn GO-Global Web-enabling software to provide users with real-time access to secure data on law firms’ SQL databases while tapping into the Internet for other information and Web services.
“Software Labs Inc. is providing law firms with an easy way to centralize law firm management while letting law firm partners and partner companies manage their time and billing remotely over the Internet on the desktop, browser or Java device of their choice,” Pat Meier of Software Labs told MacCentral. “GraphOn’s GO-Global lets law firms run FSLI’s time and billing application from one single location, thereby simplifying application management and data collection.”
Instead of installing and updating The Practical Digital Partner application desktop-by-desktop, it gets installed once on the server and deployed to any Mac, PC, browser or Java device to run the application remotely over any connection.
“This also gives any business that bills by the hour the ability to manage external contract professionals better,” Meier said. “A contract lawyer, artist or engineer can simply access The Practical Digital Partner over the Internet using any connected device, including Macs, and provide data to the contracting firm. It’s simple.”