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Main features of the Customization Module

SUMMARY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FUNCTIONALITY OFFERED BY THE MODULE

  • Access to LIBRA by personal password, with the possibility of connecting to LDAP servers (Microsoft Active Directory) to allow the user to have the same password in all areas of the company.
  • Robust password management (minimum length, expiration date, lock after several unsuccessful attempts, etc.).
  • Limited access to programs according to the user’s permissions.
  • Registration permissions according to the user.
  • Parameterization of the information output formats according to the user, to avoid leaks beyond the company.
  • Availability of LIBRA in several languages.
  • Option to use the same LIBRA in different languages ​​depending on the user (especially useful for companies with headquarters in several countries).
  • Support for the management of translations made directly by users.
  • Choice of which fields to have assets in each program.
  • Option to organize fields freely on the screen.
  • Option to add plug-ins to programs.
  • Free parameterization of default print devices (screen, file, printer, etc.).
  • Input and validation of data adapted to the business rules of the company
  • Free choice of editable and non-editable fields, mandatory and non-mandatory.
  • Free parameterization of the data entry in the fields (eg. force the use of uppercase or lowercase in text fields, format masks for numeric or date fields, etc.).
  • Assign default values ​​to fields (eg. date of work).
  • Calendar in date fields, calculator in numeric fields.
  • Data extraction to other applications
  • Data dump (eg. statistics of purchases, sales, stocks, etc.) from LIBRA to Office and Open Office, with output format (choice of fields) and print format (screen, file, printer, etc.) configurable by the user.
  • Integration with other applications
  • Execution of Office and Open Office programs (spreadsheets, etc.) from LIBRA.
  • E-mailing from LIBRA of files stored in the database or generated reports.
  • Two-way information exchange with customers, suppliers and the general public through the social network Twitter.
  • Access to the EDISA blog from LIBRA.
  • Data migration.
  • Tools for the transfer of originally disconnected LIBRA systems to a single LIBRA.
  • Personalization of the LIBRA interface by company and user
  • Adaptation of colors, font types and sizes to the corporate image of the company.
  • Customizing program shortcuts from the LIBRA desktop.
  • Requirement to confirm the reading of important messages by users.