Trinity Technologies Releases TrinityREPORTS Advanced Report Generator and TrinityVIEW Configurable Client for EMC Documentum and SharePoint
TrinityREPORTS Optimizes Reporting Capabilities for SharePoint and Documentum while TrinityVIEW Enhances EMC’s Webtop User Interface
LAS VEGAS, NV--EMC World 2011--Trinity Technologies Corporation, a leading records management services provider based in Wellesley Hills, MA, announced the release of two new solutions during the EMC World Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas, May 9-12, 2011.
TrinityREPORTS is a comprehensive reporting application that facilitates the design and generation of simple as well as complex reports from SharePoint, Documentum, SmartPlant Foundation and other data sources. Not only is TrinityREPORTS browser-based, it is also a robust client/server-based reporting tool, which greatly simplifies the report design process. Because the data from TrinityREPORTS flows directly from the data source, data accuracy is assured. With enhanced flexibility, TrinityREPORTS meets and exceeds even the most severe corporate practice or regulatory requirements.
Built for EMC Documentum, TrinityVIEW is a configurable user-interface for delivering lightweight clients for more effective Documentum access. Utilizing the latest user-interface standards like Google Web Toolkit and SharePoint, TrinityVIEW eliminates the need for heavy client-side customization often associated with Documentum’s tools. Because it is scalable, TrinityVIEW’s cost per seat is a fraction of the cost of Webtop.
Joseph Morray, Jr., CEO of Trinity Technologies, stated: “Our customers are consistently challenged to optimize their existing investments in solutions like Documentum. Trinity’s deep expertise in supporting these solutions, coupled with our expert development team, gives us an edge in providing proven, highly integrated and quickly deployable tools that affect the bottom line.”
Mr. Morray continued: “Today we have released two solutions that will have a significant impact on the use and productivity of Documentum.”