PerfectTablePlan newsletter

PerfectTablePlan newsletter 54

PerfectTablePlan v5.2.3 now available

We have put out a new release with a number of minor enhancements and bug fixes. This release is a free upgrade for all customers with a valid PerfectTablePlan v5 licence. We recommend that all customers upgrade to this release.

Click here to find out more and download the new release

We are making this release available to newsletter subscribers a few days before we release it as a production release. Please email us if you have any problems with the new release.

Mac OS X 10.7 support dropped

We have had to drop support for Mac OS X 10.7 in order to be able to better support Mac OS X 10.10 and 10.11. If you have Mac OS X 10.7 and don't wish to upgrade to 10.8, you can continue to use PerfectTablePlan v5.2.2.

We are continuing to support PerfectTablePlan on Windows XP for now.

The new PerfectTablePlan website

Thank you to everyone who responded to the survey on our new website design. The creation of the new website is under way. Here is a sneak preview of the new Home page (click on the image to see the full page):

new PerfectTablePlan website design

Hyper Plan offer

We launched our new Hyper Plan product at the start of the year and it continues to go from strength to strength.

Hyper Plan

Hyper Plan is a simple, but super flexible, visual planning tool. Customers are using it for all sorts of planning, tracking and scheduling, including:

  • event planning
  • production planning
  • staff scheduling
  • sports fixture scheduling
  • sales tracking
  • to do lists

If you are still sticking Post-It notes to the wall or making lists in Excel, you should try Hyper Plan. There is a fully functional trial, free for 7 (non-consecutive) days.

Find out more and try Hyper Plan for free!

Hyper Plan works on Windows and Mac and it is only $40/£25/€33 per user for a perpetual licence. However PerfectTablePlan users can get 25% off using this special payment link:

25% off for PerfectTablePlan customers!

And finally...

Not sure whether to go with 8 or 10 seat round tables? You need some of these.

Andy Brice
Oryx Digital Ltd