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Highlights of our final release of Version 18

With the next big release of PowerOLAP® Version 20 expected for Q3, now is the best time to upgrade to Version 18, if you haven’t already done so.  For one, the transition to Version 20 will be that much easier. And, right now, you can take advantage of some great features in advance of Version 20’s official release.   

The two biggest highlights of this Version 18 upgrade are the new Initiators and the OLAPAddMember function. Learn more about them, and other highlights of Version 18 on our blog.

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