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Four51 Announces Application Upgrade

Monday, October 23, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 23, 2006 -- Four51, Inc. today announced the newest upgrade to its application. The upgrade, to be released today, includes such features as a buyer "Super User" permission, the ability to clone users, and increased password security. John Wangaard, Four51 CTO, said, "The improvements we have added to the application will give customers increased flexibility and security within the Four51 system." The new "Super User" permission capability allows Four51 administrators to enable, if they so desire, certain buyer users with the ability to manage some of their own administrative functions. Wangaard said, "The ability to allow certain buyer users the functionality to control some administrative setup functions puts the tools in the hands of the appropriate person and alleviates some workflow issues." In addition to making buyer users into "Super Users," Four51 administrators can now create a new user by cloning an existing one, a useful tool for an administrator who needs to create many similar customers. In a continuing effort to keep pace with industry standard security practices, the application now offers a choice of three password security settings, allowing the Four51 administrator to apply the setting that is most appropriate for their buyers. "By providing a choice of password security, our customers are able to stipulate as much, or as little, security as they need for their users," said Wangaard. Four51 regularly releases upgrades to its system in its ongoing effort to help companies drive demand and growth. Upgraded capabilities will be put into effect today at no additional charge to Four51 customers.

 

 

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