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iRise Adds Single User Support




El Segundo-based iRise, a developer of software visualization tools, has launched a new single user version of its software visualization and authoring tool. iRise announced its iRise Professional Edition product his morning, saying that the new product would allow individual users to access its software, versus the team and enterprise versions that were available previously. The software is used to simulate an ddesign web applications without requiring programming, and is used primarily for prototyping of enterprise software applications. iRise said its new software is available for download for $6,995 per seat. iRise is backed by Morgan Stanley Venture Partners and Deutsche Bank.


 

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