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Kovair Announces Its Release 7.0 for Enterprise Class ALM and ITSM Products

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/10/13 -- Kovair Software, Inc. today announced the Release 7.0 of its enterprise class Development and IT Tools products generally offered as the ALM Studio, ITSM Studio and Omnibus Integration Platform. The major focus area for this release is to provide Kovair's current and future users with a Web 2.0 User Interface experience that is consistent with the Social Media UI that users are looking for in all the applications that they use currently.

"Kovair has worked from the ground up, page by page, for several months in 2012 to develop and test this Release 7.0 to achieve the key user benefits that our users have been looking for," said Rajsekhar Bhattacharjee, VP Product-Delivery for Kovair. These include but are not limited to: better look and feel, extreme ease of use, better navigation, better organization of content and grouping of multiple functions, creation of additional work space on the pages and easy handling of multiple tasks.

"Customers have provided us with their feedback as they liked the capabilities, the features, the process workflows, configurability and the integration capabilities of Kovair but were looking for a better user experience and we took that to heart in coming up with this new release," said Bipin Shah, CEO and Chairman of Kovair. "We ask that they verify what we have released and provide us with additional feedback," he added.

The company has setup special web pages for Kovair Release 7.0 so that people can check and send comments and suggestions.

About Kovair:
Kovair is a California based software company with specific expertise in core Information Technology products such as Applications Lifecycle Management, IT Service Management, enterprise bus integration solutions and cloud based offerings. Kovair ALM Studio, Omnibus Integration Platform and the ITSM Studio are highly preferred solutions by some of the major corporations globally. Outside of its US Headquarters in California's Silicon Valley, Kovair has offices in Kolkata, India and Melbourne, Australia. For more information visit www.Kovair.com

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