We are continuously upgrading Cloud Fleet Manager, adding new functionality and enhancements and improving the overall usability. With this article, we would like to give you a brief overview of some of the greater edits to the system. For a comprehensive overview of all changes, you can visit the “What’s New” report in Cloud Fleet Manager at any time to see what exactly happened in each of our modules.
Cloud Fleet Manager is known throughout the industry for being very user friendly and intuitively usable. We achieved this by always using the latest technology. But as time goes by new technologies arise and as we are passionate to always offer the most modern applications we decided to overhaul all our modules and give them a new fresh design - taking CFM to the next level.
The Charter module is now officially released as the last module that has been updated.
The prior version will still be available next to the new polished Charter module until further notice. This ensures that all given functionalities can still be used while we solve potential porting issues. The porting itself also contains some new functionalities which our overall CFM structure provides. This includes permission handling to customize the access to all Charter parts as well as the given functionality, such as read-only access to the Charter module. Thus, users can decide which settings are relevant to them. In addition, the Timeline section has been moved to the Reports given its nature of only reporting the given charter contracts information inside a time graph. Yet given the high use regarding the overview, we decided to move the timeline as the default given report on top when navigating into the reports section.
In addition to the above, this gives you many advantages:
You can now use our application in any browser.
The application has been further optimized regarding responsiveness.
The overall performance of the application has been significantly increased.
As the summer break is approaching, we used the time primarily to release smaller bug fixes and product enhancements as well as to prepare for further major innovations in the coming months. Therefore, our release notes this month are not as extensive as you are used to.