AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- WIN-911, the world's leading provider of alarm notification software in the automation industry, has announced the release of Enterprise Edition 3.16.9. The newest edition features database performance improvements and new features developed to enhance performance and streamline notification workflows in response to customer requests and feedback.
Enterprise Edition 3.16.9 includes new international Premium Voices for WIN-911's voice notification feature. Supported languages now include English, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Hebrew, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Enterprise Edition includes SMS text notifications, the all-new SMS notifier module supports both Ethernet and serial modem connectivity simplifying installations that require virtual machine environments.
Enterprise Edition 3.16.9 also gives users the ability to create custom alarming and reporting templates. Alarm/report attributes can be added, reordered, or removed using the format editor.
"WIN-911 has cultivated very close relationships with our users, system integrators, and partners," said WIN-911 CEO, Greg Jackson. "These relationships are key to our ability to stay responsive to our customers' needs. We are very active in pursuing feedback from our users and aim to provide the highest possible level of support."
WIN-911 alarm notification software is the most reliable alarm notification platform available. Plant and facility managers can be assured that all alarms will be delivered to the right person at the right time, regardless of where they are. This newest edition of WIN-911 software represents the most flexible and user-centric alarm notification software available.
About WIN-911 Software
WIN-911 is the most widely used alarm notification platform in Industry and IIoT, protecting over 10,000 facilities in 70 countries on six continents. WIN-911 delivers machine alarms and other key data via all industry recognized methods (e.g., smartphones, voice, SMS, web browser, announcement systems, etc.) and provides a logic engine to decide who should receive critical alarms and how notifications should escalate. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, with offices in Grenoble, France, and has a network of authorized distributors and system integrators around the globe. Visit the website at www.WIN911.com.