||If you want to include Erlang calculations in your own Excel
Spreadsheet, Access Database, or other Windowstm application,
you will find the hardest part is writing the mathematical code so
that you don't get underflows and overflows. The simplest solution is to buy some Plug-Ins
(pre-compiled DLLs). These
Plug-Ins use exactly
the same source code used in the Erlang Windows Program but because they
are pre-compiled, integrating into your application is easy.
Center Plug-In now available
The Call-Center functionality (available in the Windows
program) is now available as a new module.
Free Demo Kit
Download your free Plug-Ins Demo
- Works with Microsoft Visual Basic. This means you can easily access
the Erlang math functions from your MS-Excel spreadsheet,
Database, Microsoft WWW server, MS-Word Document, or any other application
that supports Visual Basic. Example.
- Works with C/C++. Build your own Windows application. Some companies have the need to build
custom Windowstm applications that require Erlang calculation
functionality. You can write this application in C/C++ as you would any
Windows program. Example.
- Concentrate on your application, not the unwieldy numerical
calculations. Finding the equations is not that hard (See Recommended
Reading), but solving these equations without numerical overflow is
hard. Some equations have no simple solution; it is necessary to iterate
to find an answer. All these problems are solved if you just purchase the
required numerical Plug-In modules. You will find it is much cheaper than writing and
debugging the code yourself.
Here is what one customer had to say.
"The call center excel plug-in saves me a lot of time
forecasting every week. I forecast in 30 minute intervals,
and I used to plug the figures for each interval into
a call center calculator one by one. Now that I have
ability to do erlang algorithms as a function in a
spreadsheet, I do each week's forecasting with the
click of a macro button. This product very valuable to
someone like me staffing a call center too small to
justify the purchase of a workforce management software.
Great Idea, thanks." email@example.com
- Support. You get unlimited support to make sure you can get your
Plug-Ins to work. Here is what one customer had to say.
"Thanks for all of your support. You have done much better than
Microsoft in this respect." firstname.lastname@example.org
The Plug-Ins are accessed like any other Windows DLL. Click here
to see examples of calling an Erlang DLL function via ANSI-C or Visual Basic.
To try it for yourself, download a
free Plug-Ins Demo Kit now.
You can buy two types of Plug-Ins. Both are functionally IDENTICAL. The ONLY
difference is that Unlimited Plug-Ins will operate without a registration code.
- Personal Plug-Ins. These are for users who
want to use the plug-ins for personal use (at home or work). To use a Personal Plug-In, a valid V4.x Erlang
Windows Program license must also be installed on the same PC. Personal
Plug-Ins are purchased as a set that covers all 7 models.
- Unlimited Plug-Ins. These do NOT require
a license, and may be used and distributed as part of your software
product. They are intended for organizations that want to include Erlang
calculations in their own software product, and realize that it is cheaper
to 'Buy, not build'. There are no
royalties, or other per-copy charges. Unlimited Plug-Ins are available for
purchase on a 'model-by-model' basis; i.e. you can purchase only the models
|| Limited to 10
- Erlang B
- Erlang C
- Call Center (Note: Requires Erlang C module,
which must be purchased additionally)
Download a free DLL
Demo Kit. This kit includes:
- Sample Excel and Access files
- Full Help file, with descriptions of all available
- Complete description of all the functions available for the Erlang C
- Complete ANSI-C header file
- Complete Visual Basic include text example
- Many examples of how to call the functions
- Instructions on how to compile and link a DLL into your C/C++ windows
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|Personal Plug-Ins, Set of 7 modules
Erlang-G License (Required for
|Call Center module
[Note: Requires Erlang-C module]