Rees Scientific (www.reesscientific.com) a leading provider of Automated Temperature and Environmental Monitoring Systems is introducing their new software called Centron Presidio.
July 25, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The industry leader for environmental monitoring, asset protection and loss prevention is introducing a secure, user friendly and more intuitive software called Centron Presidio. It is a valuable transformation from the previous version and offers many new exciting features. Its layout is consistent with the latest version of Microsoft Windows as it offers a ribbon bar for better navigation and tabbed programming menus that are user friendly. All the different nodes in the system are color coded and contain tabs for ease of use. All the data from the nodes is more readily available and the quality of the graphs has improved dramatically. The reports are more updated and enhanced and offer automated push reporting, where pdfs are generated automatically and are available for instant or scheduled emailing. The addition of the annunciator panel allows the ability to view multiple queries and graphs at the same time. If there is a problem with any specific unit, the end user has the ability to track each and every troubled input and they can obtain instant real time readings. Overall the new software is modernized, simplified, and more efficient than the previous version and it will be officially released on August 1st, 2012.
"Our new software is a direct result of feedback from our customers and we're very excited about its launch. Our engineering team worked very hard to incorporate all of our customers' needs and wants into the Centron Presidio. Using customer feedback is an essential part of how we run our business as it ensures system reliability and credibility. We are confident that the new software will fulfill their requests. Rees Scientific will continue to build products and services that help provide resolutions for our customers. Our goal is to be a quality provider of systems, services and solutions for our clients." said Michael Mothersbaugh, Vice President of Rees Scientific.