The aim, says Gordon & Gotch, is to help people in the publishing sector get ready for the moment the world returns to normal.
According to Gordon & Gotch, some of the improvements to be found in Myriad 6 are:
- Myriad 6 has a similar look and feel to Microsoft products, including ribbon bars and menu searches. With its new UI, users can switch easily between one application and another.
- Security is now better, with new capabilities such as user password management. This places customers in full control of who sees what, and when.
- The Myriad 6 modules now include integrated licence-free document and spreadsheet applications. This allows people to carry on working without leaving the Myriad software environment.
- Myriad 6 allows the company to maintain and develop customers’ bespoke requirements more efficiently.
Graham Elliott, director at Gordon & Gotch says: “Myriad 6 brings together all the varied information that publishing and events industries run on. It turns that information into a single, insight-rich store with all the relevant administrative systems and procedures built in. This makes it the one source of knowledge that can help release the full potential of customers’ businesses. And with its latest improvements, it’s even easier to capitalise on opportunities.”
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