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Exele Information Systems has announced major enhancements to the TopView® software suite with the release of TopView 6.15 with Notification Alarm Acknowledge Links. Within TopView's alarm notification messages (email, SMS, etc.), users can now include a web page link which will allow the notification recipient to acknowledge the alarm directly from their smartphone or desktop. The software suite includes an embedded web server which is used by the TopView Mobile Web App. Within the mobile app, each monitored point contains a details page which includes an acknowledge button if the item is currently unacknowledged.

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