WebEvent, the folks who offer Web-based calendaring and scheduling applications, have released WebEvent 4.0, which they say beefs up the functionality and customization capabilities in the company’s online calendaring and scheduling solution.
With version 4.0, the interface has been tweaked to allow users to view event information in a wide variety of formats, but also to let them combine two or more calendars into a single view to create a master scheduling tool. The revamped WebEvent 4.0 also sports cascading style sheets and a simplified installation process, according to James Cameron, CEO, president and founder of WebEvent.
“Version 4.0 improves the user experience significantly and makes it simple for administrators to integrate WebEvent into their existing sites,” he said in announcing the update. “We’re making it easier for people to effortlessly schedule time with one another — even across organizational and geographic boundaries.”
WebEvent 4.0 — which runs on Mac, Windows, and Unix servers — is available directly from WebEvent, with pricing starting at US$200. Discounts are available to non-profit, reseller and large-volume customers.