Keeping our customers in the know about our software is of utmost importance, so based on requests from our user community, New Century Software has started publishing a quarterly support bulletin. The goal is to keep you, the user, informed of our release plans, software updates, and compatibility with utilized third-party software.
A while back, I was speaking with a senior software engineer at New Century about how our development operations can keep up with the breakneck pace of change in our industry. He reasoned that software, as it is in both our job description and company name, should be the primary focus of what we do here. He's right, but great software is enabled by functioning infrastructure. This necessitates a solution to our problem that, succinctly stated, reads "but, it works on my machine!" This brings us to Chef, a configuration management platform.
Entering, storing, and maintaining pipeline data is a never-ending process with new regulations, technology, and procedures always popping up. Implementing a new database, data model, or software application can take time and resources that your company may not be able to spare.
Next week, we’re hosting our first-ever Client Conference Backyard Series in Denver, CO. We’re taking the client event experience we’ve become known for and breaking it up into three separate one-day pipeline GIS-fests in Denver, Houston and Oklahoma City.
Why? Because in 2016, we want to do everything in our power to better serve our customers. So, instead of having you come to us … we’re coming to you!
We at New Century are never satisfied. We are continually improving upon and innovating with our selection of products to make your job easier and more efficient.
We have already been tirelessly patching and developing new versions of our applications, as well as confirming compatibility with the latest and greatest technology, thus far in 2016. Rest assured, we have no plans to slow down! We have already begun work and planning for plenty of ambitious development efforts this year.