Micrografx announces enterprise graphics solution

Micrografx has announced what it calls "the only enterprise-wide graphics solution for corporate graphics customers".

The Graphics Suite 2 Enterprise Edition consists of FlowCharter7, Designer 7, Simply 3D 2 and Picture Publisher 7. This suite is designed to let customers create any diagram, chart, design, technical illustration, 3D rendering and animation for Web or "traditional" output.

Enhancements to earlier versions include HTML support for FlowCharter files, latest AutoCAD version support in Designer, better MMX-based performance in Picture Publisher, and better performance and usability under NT 4 networks in Simply 3D.

The Suite comes with the Micrografx Network Installer (MNI). The MNI includes a single LAN footprint that lets users install and run apps from a single point on the server.

The Micrografx Graphics Suite 2 Enterprise Edition has a 30-day money gurantee and is priced at $545. Upgrades are $195.

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