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MetaCommunications Announces Workgroups 2010 R2

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

IOWA CITY, IA -- MetaCommunications today announced Release 2 (R2) of its Workgroups 2010 project workflow & productivity management suite will begin shipping on June 14, 2010. Workgroups 2010 R2 is a major upgrade to MetaCommunications' flagship software suite used by advertising, marketing, creative design, packaging and prepress workgroups worldwide. Workgroups 2010 R2 includes over 150 new and enhanced features including major new additions to its workflow, file management, and soft proofing capabilities.

"The new features in Workgroups 2010 R2 mark one of the most significant releases since the suite began shipping in 2006," said Robert T. Long, President of MetaCommunications. "The new project workflow and productivity management capabilities, innovative file and document management, highly-customizable interface, intuitive soft proofing tools, along with the dozens and dozens of customer requested features and usability enhancements, really opens a new chapter in team productivity."

A comprehensive list of the new and enhanced features available in Workgroups 2010 R2 is available on the product's features page.

Join a Live Webinar Demo of Workgroups 2010 R2

MetaCommunications is hosting live demonstration tours of Workgroups 2010 R2 including first-hand looks at file version control, file check-in/check-out, the new workflow scheduling, and a wide selection of the nearly 150 new features and enhancements available in this release. Interested parties can register for a demonstration on the MetaCommunications website




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