Recently I was kindly invited to attend the Glovia G2 user conference, hosted by Glovia, a subsidiary of Fujitsu, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The event wasn’t particularly large in terms of the number of attendees, so it was quite focused, and Glovia’s management and key people were fully available for questions in a very open and casual manner. I also discovered that many Glovia clients have known
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to another application (for example, shipping and delivery tracking applications), share them with colleagues, or save them as a report or spreadsheet file for further analysis. No code change or any additional software is required for this. Users can create their own grids, and the system supports multiple personal configurations. The vendor announced several other enhancements to Glovia G2: Out-of-the-box and seamless integration with mail servers Windows Mail, Outlook, Yahoo Mail, and Google Mail.