Acrolinx 3.2 Enhances Reporting, Eases Large Deployments

September 18, 2013  Acrolinx announced today that its 3.2 release is now available. With significant enhancements in its reporting capabilities, this release offers greater flexibility, accuracy, and convenience.

According to Christian Hansel, product manager at Acrolinx, “Our customers rely on our reporting to demonstrate content quality improvements and identify opportunities for further improvement. Our 3.2 release simplifies the steps for generating reports, improves the appearance of these reports, and allows filtering out test data.” In addition, this release allows Acrolinx customers to comply with local privacy laws by making sure that data from individual users remains anonymous.

Additional enhancements in the 3.2 release include:

  • Checking Profiles – customers can use the new “checking profiles” feature to deliver application settings that are specific to each user’s task, role, department, and any other properties. For example, users can receive their most likely settings by default, which reduces potential for confusion
  • Performance Monitoring – with expanded capabilities for monitoring performance and resource consumption, Acrolinx offers administrators early warnings of possible trouble. And with support for Java Management Extensions (JMX), administrators can monitor Acrolinx with their favorite monitoring system.

Customers with current maintenance can immediately download the 3.2 release.