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Princeton Financial Systems : DVS Publisher Suite enhanced

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Princeton Financial Systems, providing accounting, compliance and reporting solutions to the investment industry, has introduced enhancements to its DVS Publisher Suite that have improved the overall user experience and added functionalities for diagrams with a variable number of data series as well as for layout tables. Princeton Financial Systems’ DVS Publisher Suite 3.4 enables clients to meet all the internal and external reporting requirements for the fund industry by automating and controlling the entire reporting process from data supply and quality testing to production and distribution of boardroom-quality reports.

“At a time when fund composition is becoming more diverse and complex, our clients are facing increased pressure to provide a greater level of transparency in their reporting,” explained Holger Sachs, Head of Development for DVS from Princeton Financial Systems. “We continue to make enhancements to our DVS Publisher Suite with our clients’ day to day challenges in mind. Increased customization and flexibility enables reports to be as unique as our clients.”

The overall user experience has been improved with the implementation of several enhancements that makes day-to-day report activities easier:

– More thorough information for any ValCalc error messages that occur during a report generation or preview;

– Improved report loading speed with minimized memory consumption. The system also provides detailed feedback about the status of report generation and the ability to cancel at any time while still saving the already created reports. The status reports allow system administrators to quickly identify any performance problems;

– Ability to multi-select and format several table cells at the same time;

Also, the latest version includes several enhancements regarding DVS Publisher Suite’s layout table functionality, such as:

–  Ability to have multiple output rows for one detailed data row;

– Ability to alter the settings for cell height and styles on multiple levels, improved control over page break hints regarding orphan/widow control;

Additional functionality has also been added to allow users more flexibility in creating line charts with multiple data series including:

– A variable number of data series can be calculated at runtime;

– Enables users to create, for example, performance comparisons in a fund group;

Additionally, the PDF functionality was enhanced to include:

– Ability to refer to certain pages or page areas in a report (also in Word 2007);

– Support PDF/A report formats;