The PPSEE has many new features and is written for Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL).

Current users will be notified by mail and will be sent pricing information.

Some of the many features and advantages of the PPSEE are as follows:

  • SQL data files are more stable than Visual FoxPro data files and will result in less database damage due to unforeseen hardware, user related issues, and power interruptions

  • The quantity of usage data can be overwhelming. PPSEE security reports summarize it so that you can detect intruders and policy violations at a glance

  • HIPAA compliance without a database server requires all workstations be behind locked doors with strictly limited access to keys. Since PPSEE uses a database server, only the one database server machine needs to be behind a locked door
  • PPSEE contains a help file with the full text of HIPAA and ICF/MR regulations
  • PPSEE contains an advanced security screen which permits more than five levels (roles) to be implemented, and when updating your current security settings and passwords are maintained

  • Please check our page often for future information about the PPSEE. Coming soon we will have a free downloadable copy of the PPSEE Brochure. System Requirements:
    To run the client software: Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional
    Pentium Processor or faster CPU
    16 MB or higher SVGA graphics card
    64-128 MB of RAM more is better
    80 MB of hard drive space
    Server Requirements:
    Out of the box PPSEE is designed to run utilizing MicroSoft's MSDE 2000, on a Windows NT 4.0 SP5, Windows 2000,Windows XP Professional, or Windows XP Home edition.

    For agencies or group homes serving many people PPSEE is designed to utilize SQL Server 2000 to handle the database management.

    For a FREE TRIAL VERSION send an email containing a subject line "TLV Request", your agency name, your name, and mailing address to:
    tel: (828) 438-9455

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