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New: Spare Parts Catalogue for Off-Line Operation on Tablet PCs

05-22-2013 06:21 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Docware GmbH

PARTS-PUBLISHER parts catalogue for tablet PCs and smartphones

PARTS-PUBLISHER parts catalogue for tablet PCs and smartphones

The first spare parts catalogue solution for tablet PCs that can be operated offline is now available. While all disposable spare parts catalogue applications for tablet PCs so far required Internet access the PARTS-PUBLISHER tablet catalogue of Docware can now also be operated off-line.
The off-line solution is actually on hand for mobile devices that run under Windows 8 Pro. Besides the display of linked parts lists, drawings and documents the tablet catalogue for Windows 8 Pro also supports the display of 3D models and flash animations.
For displaying 3D illustrations Docware integrated the 3D XVL Viewer of Lattice Technology with the spare parts catalogue software. The Windows 8 Pro tablet version of the spare parts catalogue as well as the tablet catalogue solutions of Docware that run on Apple iPad, Apple iPhone and Android devices like ASUS Transformer Pad and Samsung Galaxy are perfectly aligned for the intuitive touch control and operation.

Established in 1987 the German software company Docware GmbH assumes a top position among the suppliers of software solutions for the provision and distribution of parts and service information for service, sales and parts personnel. With the standard software PARTS-PUBLISHER Docware is market-leading supplier of spare parts catalogue software, information platforms for the technical service as well as sales or distribution solutions for the spare parts business. Basing on the modular concept of the standard software PARTS-PUBLISHER Docware realizes solutions that are tailor-made to individual customer requirements. Docware solutions are employed by equipment manufacturers, distributors, dealers and service partners of the manufacturing industry of all industries. The worldwide clientele includes medium-sized companies as well as globally acting groups.

Docware Gmbh
dr. Sonja Kussinger
Kaiserstr. 30
90762 Fuerth
Phone: 0049 911 977590

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