Announcing TaKaDu’s New Version – TaKaDu 4.1

December 4, 2011 at 9:00 pm 2 comments

As a Software-as-a-Service company we made it a habit to release a new version every 2-3 months. It’s been a bit over 2 months since we have released Version 4.0, so it’s time for some news.

[Drumroll…]

Introducing TaKaDu 4.1 – the same winning formula, with a few key enhancements and improvements.

The new version is available to all users as of today. As usual, all the user needs to do in order to enjoy this new version is to log into the TaKaDu account – the updates will be made automatically.

So, what’s New? Some users will find it very familiar, as the enhancements are all based on user feedback and user requests.

Enhanced detection of small, prolonged leaks; Clearer event location information; Shortcuts to key functions from the main events screen; Larger, clearer graphs, now easier to manipulate and save; Enhanced alert emails; More data extraction and export capabilities; and much more.

While we are very proud of the user interface and the upgrades to user experience, we have invested a lot in the less-visible parts of the service. We have improved and accelerated many back-end processes, making TaKaDu faster and more accurate than ever.

By the way – in case you missed the BBC coverage of TaKaDu, it’s not too late to catch up. Check it out in this link.

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