eCandidus 2013 - We have reached our tenth year in business!
And in keeping with our plans, 2013 will mark the release of a new version of eCandidus. We are both anxious to let you peek behind the curtains, but at the same time want to have a complete system for you to review.
Not only the look has changed, to keep in pace with the changes in Windows, but many pesky problems have been corrected as well.
But even with the new look and support for Windows 7 and 8, we have been able to keep support Windows XP. We strongly suggest that you move forward to Windows 7 if you are using Windows XP, as we forsee that many of the features planned for eCandidus 2013 may not be doable in Windows XP, but then again, you can use eCandidus 2007.
We are listing all of the features that have been removed and some that have been added in the listings below. This is to give you a heads up on changes that, while we found were not being used, we may have missed your office. Speak up and we will see what can be done.
Also, as our distribution methods have evolved, the registration system has changed. You will require a new set of keys to install eCandidus 2013. Contact your sales representative for more information.
You need to decide which version makes the most sense for your needs, our Classic version, released from 2003 to 2006, eCandidus 2007, which is the version used by most of you today and the new eCandidus 2013. Be aware that the Classic and 2007 versions will not see any further changes, all new features will be done to eCandidus 2013.
All changes are inclusive, so the latest gives you all!
Which version am I using?
You can tell which version you are using by selectingWindows/About in the Main Menu:
What does Testing after the date mean?,
We release new versions on Sunday nights as needed. If changes are done dring the week, they are available in the Testing section to let you know that it may have not been fully tested.
We make every effort to make sure that no damage is ever done to your data, even while testing.