by Alex Woodie IBM i shops that are looking for tools to create mobile interfaces for RPG applications should take a look at the latest release of Valence from CNX. The software company used the recent COMMON conference in Minneapolis as a venue for launching Valence 3.0, which adds the capability to create touch-driven user interfaces for mobile devices like the iPhone and Android phones.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN. CNX announced today at COMMON the first Beta release for version 3.0 of the Valence Web Application Framework for IBM i. This release includes numerous browser component enhancements and adds mobile device support to the Valence package, further empowering IBM i programmers to create true “Web 2.0” style applications for just about any computing device, all served through standard ILE RPG.
CHAPEL HILL, NC. Symmetrical Solutions announced the next release of Protivity today at its annual user conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Wisconsin-based company has selected CNX Corporation’s Valence Framework to provide the core web technology for this next release of Protivity, currently in the final stages of product development.
BATH, UK. Dancerace plc announces today the selection of CNX Corporation's Valence Framework as the core web technology for the next version of C3. The addition of the Valence Framework as a core technology to Dancerace’s C3 invoice finance management software will give the product a state-of-the art rich user interface.
Chicago, IL. CNX announces today the general availability of version 2.1 of the Valence Web Application Framework for System i. This release adds new functionality and programming APIs to the Valence package, further empowering System i programmers to create true "Web 2.0" style browser applications served through standard ILE RPG. "This is our most sweeping Valence announcement yet," said Richard Milone, CNX Chief Technical Officer.
Chicago, IL. CNX announced today that it expects to release the newest version of ATOMIC in July 2006. This new release, version 3.5, adds two new modules to the existing ATOMIC product line: ATOMIC Sales & Operations Planning (SOP) and ATOMIC Cycle Counting (CC). The ATOMIC SOP module assists users in making micro-level production decisions based on forecasts done at various macro-level gross sales categories.
Chicago, IL. CNX announces the general release of version 3.4 of ATOMIC. This new release incorporates compatibility with all versions of PRMS through 10.0 as well as full RF compatibility with BPCS 4.05CD. This new version is available for free to all ATOMIC customers current with yearly maintenance.
Chicago, IL. CNX is pleased to announce the most robust and powerful version of its ATOMIC Planning & Execution System to date. Included in ATOMIC 3.3 is a host of new features including a completely redesigned RF module and major enhancements to MPS that automate the creation and maintenance of work orders in real-time.
Chicago, IL. Selkirk Metalbestos, a leading manufacturer of registers, grilles, diffusers, chimney and gas venting products recently completed the implementation of ATOMIC RF 3.3 at its Nampa, ID facility. The implementation has dramatically improved inventory visibility and accuracy, eliminated delays in receiving production and raw materials and generally increased overall plant productivity. Selkirk is now planning on expanding ATOMIC RF 3.3 to seven additional plants across North America.
Kansas City, KS. Knit-Rite today was the first ATOMIC customer to go live with ATOMIC RF 3.3. Also a first was Knit-Rite's ability to go live with portions of ATOMIC only 24 hours after initial installation.
Chicago, IL. CNX today announced the upcoming release of ATOMIC 3.3, which will include a major update to the ATOMIC RF module. ATOMIC RF 3.3 will include new features such as inventory movement by product or ticket, tight integration of Replenishment Orders with the allocation and shipment process, wave picking of multiple orders simultaneously and many other exciting features. Several sites are now in beta with this new version and the general release is expected sometime in Spring 2004.
Milwaukee, WI. Milwaukee Valve completed its implementation and went live today with ATOMIC MPS, SF and UDS modules. The initial goals for Milwaukee Valve were to streamline its planning and scheduling operations with ATOMIC. Next, the company will focus on streamlining distribution with ATOMIC RF.
Crystal Lake, IL. CNX is please to announce that two separate divisions of TC Industries went live with the full suite of ATOMIC modules today.
Las Vegas, NV. In conjunction with the SSA-GT user convention, CNX Corporation is pleased to announce the compatibility of ATOMIC version 3.0 with the latest release of PRMS, version 9.2. Nexgen Software Technologies of Naperville, IL, a leading provider of upgrade services to PRMS organizations worldwide, is a CNX partner licensed to install and support the ATOMIC Planning & Execution System.
Atlanta, GA. CNX returned to the annual ANAUG user convention in Atlanta to demonstrate the latest release of the ATOMIC Planning and Execution System. Version 3.0 includes the newly released Quality Control Module and is fully compliant with PRMS versions 9.0 and 9.1. ATOMIC version 3.0 uses a single service program to interface with the PRMS database, hence making the upgrade process from one version of PRMS to another a simple matter of switching a system control setting.
Mundelein, IL. Interplant production visibility and control at Rexam Medical Packaging took a major leap forward in January as three separate PRMS facilities were consolidated into a single environment. By leveraging ATOMIC’s multi-plant features, Rexam’s separate manufacturing operations in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Illinois were able to combine their shops into a single database while still retaining their unique plant-specific ATOMIC environments.