IBM i Experts Ray Everhart, Alex Rodriquez, and Charlie Berry.
Remain Software has released today the third and final Milestone of TD/OMS V13, Gravity V6, Remain API Studio V2, and MiWorkplace V1.26.0.
As with every quarterly release, Remain Software continues to honor its commitment to continuously and timely update and improve its solutions based on customer’s feedback and the company’s look into the future and the challenges it brings. The release features enhancements aimed at increasing the user-friendliness of all four solutions, which in turn pays off in terms of increased productivity and efficiency for the companies and business that place their trust on Remain Software. The final version releases will take place on the 16th of June this year.
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