We have put Dodeca through the official Microsoft Windows 7 compatibility testing and it passed with flying colors. Given our .Net Smart Client architecture, it was actually quite easy to pass the necessary tests.
Since we have passed that testing, we can now display the Microsoft Compatible with Windows 7 logo with the product. I don't know for sure, but my guess is Dodeca is the first and only Essbase aware user interface certified and supported on Windows 7. That may not seem that important now, but according to Microsoft, computer system builders will no longer be able to sell new systems with Windows XP starting in an little over a month from now (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/lifecycle/default.mspx). Corporate users may have extended license agreements but the writing is on the wall that Microsoft is committed to Windows 7 adoption much more than their commitment to Vista a couple of years ago. Dodeca, which is also supported on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista, is ready for Windows 7 whenever you are.
Despite the fact that I often work half-days (12 hours), I am one of the luckiest geeks in the world. I am married to the perfect wife as she is smart, beautiful and provides a tremendous amount of support that makes it possible for me to do all of the things that I do.