ETAP®, World-Leading Enterprise Software Solution for Power Systems, Now Available With Multiple Language Support
ETAP 7.5.0 Release Localized for English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and German
Irvine, Calif. – August 18, 2010 – Operation Technology, Inc. (OTI), developer of ETAP enterprise software solution for power systems, has announced the release of ETAP 7.5.0, which includes multiple language support and updated ETAP device libraries.
ETAP 7.5.0 is fully localized in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese. Additionally, each language edition has output reports available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and German; output reports can be generated in all of the supported six languages regardless of localized edition.
“ETAP is already the most widely used electrical engineering software in the power industry globally, and by giving our customers a choice of language editions, productivity and ease-of-use increases even more.” said Sam Mian, International Sales Manager for OTI. “This is another example of how OTI continues to provide value-added solutions within ETAP as the power engineering industry grows.”
ETAP’s global presence is supported around the world. In addition to its U.S. headquarters, OTI has ETAP Automation offices in China, India, and Dubai, as well as having representation in most countries.
ETAP 7.5.0 version is a complete program and does not require a previous ETAP installation. Download a free Demo version of ETAP.
About Operation Technology, Inc.
Operation Technology, Inc. is the designer and developer of ETAP, the most comprehensive analysis platform for the design, simulation, operation, monitoring, control, optimization, and automation of power systems. ETAP is the industry leader used worldwide in all types and sizes of power systems, including generation, transmission, distribution, and all fields of industrial systems such as oil and gas, manufacturing, steel, cement, mining, data centers, nuclear facilities, and more. Visit etap.com for more information.
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Operation Technology, Inc.
Joe Anzenberger, Public Relations
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