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Do you have a question about Envision or Future Tech Systems? Our FAQ section may have an answer for you.

Q. What makes Envision different from other visual modeling tools?

A. Envision provides a "Visual Information Portal" to literally any type of enterprise information. Spreadsheets gained rapid popularity because of their ability to allow all users to visualize and manipulate any type of tabular numeric information. Envision empowers users to visually represent and manipulate any type of enterprise information. A powerful object-oriented repository allows Envision to define and manipulate virtually any conceivable enterprise model. The repository leverages the basic enterprise business objects and attributes and guarantees referential integrity between any number of diverse visual models referencing the common definitions.

Q: What are the basic system requirements for running Envision?

A. Envision will run on basically any machine with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, or XP. It will run best on a Pentium 4 or higher with at least 1GB or more of RAM. Disk space requirements for the basic installation are less than 1 GB but could grow beyond this size depending on the size of projects developed.

Q: How many years has Envision been on the market?

A. Envision has been marketed by Future Tech Systems, Inc for more than 19 years. It first debuted at Comdex in 1985 as one of the first modeling tools to run on the new Windows operating system.