toggle

AAPL Stock: 113.99 ( + 1.98 )

Printed from http://www.macnn.com

Gridiron launches Flow product management app

updated 11:55 pm EDT, Wed July 1, 2009

Gridiron Flow launched

Gridiron Software has launched its workflow tool for professional product management, Gridiron Flow. The application provides creative professionals and workgroups with the ability to see, access and share project files within one interface. Gridiron Flow was recently available as a public beta and has added several new features with its full release, such as Share Maps and support for Adobe CS4. Other functions provide users with real-time access tracking, and time-tracking of how much time was spent on a file or project.

The Share Maps allow groups of professionals using multiple computers to view the same Workflow map across the network, regardless of where the files are stored or who created them. With the added CS4 support users now have an Adobe Flow Flash Panel, which provides access to Flow directly from within the Adobe CS4 application.

Gridiron Flow is available for purchase from their website and is offered at a price of $300 for a single user license, or $400 for a three pack. The software is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or later and is currently offered in English, but will run on French, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese operating systems. Fully translated versions are expected to be available shortly.






by MacNN Staff

POST TOOLS:

TAGS :

toggle

Comments

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

MacNN Sponsor

Recent Reviews

DoxieGo Portable Scanner

Sometimes, people need to scan things, but having a computer at hand to do so isn't exactly feasible. Maybe it's the home of a relat ...

Dell AD211 Bluetooth speaker

For all of the high-priced, over-engineered Bluetooth speakers in the electronics market, there is still room for mass-market solution ...

VisionTek 128GB USB Pocket SSD

USB flash drives dealt the death blow to both the floppy and Zip drives. While still faster than either of the old removable media, sp ...

toggle

Most Commented