Semi-Annual Business Goal Review
We want you to succeed. Our PITSS.CON platform is only one tool in our toolbox. As part of your maintenance fee, experts at PITSS will sit down with your organization to assess your goals and needs. We’ll review your upcoming projects and ideas, then provide insight about how to use PITSS.CON to accomplish these goals. The knowledgeable team at PITSS will lend our expertise on the latest developments and opportunities for your systems.
Discover more ways to use PITSS.CON
Build new opportunities for your organization
Access the latest industry expertise
Design a clear roadmap to modernization
Annual Application Health Check
We know that your system’s health is vital to your organization. That’s why we’re now offering a yearly health check included with your PITSS.CON maintenance fee. Just like a yearly physical, we’ll assess your version of PITSS.CON, how it’s being used, and check on the performance of your applications, database, environments, and code. You’ll either get the all-clear, or we’ll provide a full report with suggestions for ways to use PITSS.CON to fix your issues and get your systems in shape.
Always have the latest version of PITSS.CON
Get a clear picture of your system
Spot issues before they're a bigger problem
Receive suggestions, fixes, and plans for improvement
Releases, Installations, and Patches
As a PITSS client, we seek to ensure that your organization is completely satisfied with our tools and support. With your PITSS.CON maintenance fee, you’ll always have the latest version and newest features available. Your organization will also have the opportunity to work with our development team to provide insight on new features that you need most. We’ll even re-install PITSS.CON for free to ensure that you’ll never miss a beat and always have access to our software.
PITSS.CON Installation Prerequisites
NOTICE: PITSS.CON 16.2.3 Certificate Expiration and Renewal
The jar files affiliated with PITSS.CON will be expiring November 16, 2017. We’ve released an article that will help PITSS customers understand what needs to be done to renew the affected jar files.