Litera Launches Change-Pro Version 10: An Advanced Technology for Data Comparison
FREMONT, CA: Litera announced the launch of Change-Pro 10, the latest version of Change-Pro, a technology based on document comparison. The company made simplifications on the Change-Pro 10 to conduct the data comparison in a smooth approach. Change-Pro is updated with an advanced user interface that modifies the font scaling and screen resolution automatically. The version 10 of Change-Pro is fully compatible with Microsoft Window 7, 8 and 10 along with the 64-bit and 32-bit MS Office 2016.
Litera is providing most precise, absolute and comprehensive document comparison solution with its Change-Pro technology. The Change-Pro version 10 is an addition to the renovated user experience that made it an easily usable product for the final users. The firm designed the product, so as to eliminate the archaic training by the user to understand the latest functionalities of the Change-Pro. All requirements of the users like reviewing, creating or sharing the comparison are inbuilt in an easily accessible order, with just a number of clicks.
“So how do we make Change-Pro even better? Well, first, we listen. At Litera, we like to say that we have two ears and one mouth for a reason. Our products constantly evolve – based largely on feedback from our clients. Thanks to you all,” says Joy HeathRush, VP, Client Development, Litera.
The features like, more than one comparison tabs, a single click for comparing again, smart table comparison and others are introduced in the latest version. Change-Pro 10 provides a functionality to compare more types of content than the other solutions. Furthermore, the version 10 of Change-Pro utilizes the 6 isolated patents that provide a wide range of functions along with an advanced technology of document comparison.
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