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Aim Software Releases Gain Version 4.1

Aim Software has released a new version of its flagship data management product Gain with extended facilities for golden copy management and new support for Windows Server 2008/Windows Vista. The main drivers behind the upgrade were market and customer requests for new functionalities and to further reduce time to market for customer projects, says Martin Buchberger, head of marketing and sales at Aim Software.

Gain 4.1 offers extensions to the golden copy platform, providing advanced data consolidation functionalities along with improved usability and an enhanced user interface, says the vendor. The new version is aimed at boosting the management of data quality by providing an extended audit trail, historicisation and error logging.

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