Raz-Lee Freely Celebrates COMMON 50
byon 05-04-2010 at 07:27 AM (2131 Views)
Raz-Lee Security, which provides a suite of security software solutions called iSecurity, maintains a U.S. office and corporate headquarters in Nanuet, New York. The company does its research and development in Herziliya, Israel. The company made the trek to Orlando, Florida to show off its wares and announce an enhancement to its feature-rich, SOX and PCI compliant file editor, FileScope.
FileScope allows users to view, scan, print, apply global and local updates, perform data conversions and create test data for a wide variety of files, including those maintained by SAP, JDE, MOVEX, BPCS and others.
At a press conference yesterday, the CEO/CTO of Raz-Lee, Shmuel Zailer, announced that his company had added full Unicode (UTF-16, UCS-2) support to FileScope. Raz-Lee believes that, to date, it is the only file editor vendor to provide full Unicode support in the IBM i market.
To help celebrate COMMONís 50th anniversary, Raz-Lee is offering the Gold version of FileScope for free, including free maintenance for up to three months. The company expects that after trying FileScope, many customers will want to upgrade to the Platinum version of the product, which adds enhanced SOX/PCI compliance, XML support, a report generator and a full-screen update facility. -- Joel Klebanoff