Tuesday, 3 October 2017

REMPLAN Software update

Updates across all REMPLAN products continue to deliver increased functionality and flexibility for users of both the REMPLAN Online Profiles and REMPLAN Software. Our team has been hard at work ensuring the software is more lightweight and responsive.

REMPLAN Economy software has a new look with improvements which include:
  • the login process has been streamlined and made more user-friendly

  • we have improved the layout of the regions for selection page and now show by default any older datasets that are available.  The datasets are colour coded based on the age of the underlying data sources.
  • your selected regions now appear on the top of the screen as tabs, and reformatting of the information pane now brings REMPLAN Economy more inline with the look of REMPLAN Community. The information pane now also includes a "Save Project" button so that a project can be saved from any report screen.

  • there is now a dedicated overview page that shows information about the selected dataset
  • the tools options have been moved to the new tools menu at top right

  • the Projects tab has been updated to make it easier to view and access projects 

  • the REMPLAN Economy Training Guide can be easily downloaded from the tools menu

The REMPLAN Team are continually refining our products and services to bring you the best data in an easy to use interface. We are also madly getting ready to roll out the ABS 2016 Census Journey to Work data when it is released mid-November; Look out for it in your REMPLAN Economy software towards the end of November! 

Let's Talk:  1300 737 443.

Kind Regards,
The REMPLAN team

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