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DBI Technologies releases Studio Controls for COM v1.2

August 16, 2011

Building on a tradition of Industry tested Scheduling and Interface
Design Component Software

WINNIPEG, Aug. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – DBI Technologies Inc., the development
community’s premier provider of interface design and scheduling
component software is pleased to announce the release of Studio
Controls for COM v2.1.  This new release provides traditional
application developers with an advancing set of interface design and
appointment scheduling components. ‘There are many commercial
applications in the market place developed in traditional IDE’s, and in
our current economic climate, many organizations are giving new life to
their products with new features that can be quickly implemented.”

DBI has seen an incredible increase in the interest of Scheduling and
User Interface design component software for COM based development
environments over the last number of months. “We’re pleased to be able
to respond to our customer requests for additional enhancements that
are now found in release v1.2 of Studio Controls for COM”, said Craig
Gluck, senior VP of  product development.  “The 62 royalty free
components that comprise Studio Controls for COM are a perfect choice
for commercial software companies and consultants offering packaged
solutions for their customers.”  Studio Controls for COM adheres to
Microsoft standards delivering design and operational performance
wrapped in an advanced developer experience.

Value is more important than ever and competitive advantage even more
critical in our current business climate. The combination of Value and
Competitive Advantage can be found in Studio Controls for COM v1.2
offering benefits for Windows developers and for their end-users. 
Value also includes being able to provide an outstanding developer
experience, which is a tenant of good business and a point of pride for
DBI. The release of Studio Controls for COM v1.2 offers Windows
developers the latest in Windows styles and themes, a new set of data
presentation features, as well, DBI’s industry respected high level of
customer service. 

The release of Studio Controls for COM v1.2 continues DBI’s market
support for Windows developers offering nine logical groups of
components covering: Scheduling, Data management (Lists, Trees and
Grids), Masked Edits, Calendaring, UI Design, Navigation, Presentation,
Dialogues and  general app styling.  Each current license of a DBI
component product includes annual product updates, upgrades, new
component releases and technical support on an annualized basis.  DBI
has made managing a set of third party component software easy through
the product’s integrated Product Manager.   The Product Manager becomes
a single point of developer access to all of the product’s assets;
components, help files, demo’s and sample applications, licensing,
online software activation, product updates and related news items are
all available from a single double click.

A single developer’s license of Studio Controls for COM starts at $749.
Complete product details including samples with integrated PEM viewers
in Visual Basic and Visual FoxPro formats can be found at:   http://www.dbi-tech.com.

About DBI Technologies Inc.

DBI Technologies Inc. is a commercial software development company
focused on empowering application developers with the most flexible and
respected, reusable commercial component software for Scheduling and
Presentation layer application design. DBI is recognized for its award
winning component products and its technical support for customers
working in any Microsoft or .NET and OLE compliant development
environment.

As an industry leader in the implementation of component-based
application development, DBI provides creative solutions for its
customers, incorporating current technologies built on commercially
sound component-based architectures.   http://www.dbi-tech.com.

Product and company names mentioned herein are trademarks or trade names
of their respective companies.

SOURCE DBI Technologies Inc.


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