Established in 1984, Mistral is proud to be widely considered the 'generic' software system provider for the refrigeration & air conditioning industry. In its domestic market, Mistral software is used by more than 85% of refrigeration & air conditioning contracting firms and programs distributed to over 17,000 users in more than 100 countries around the world.
Mistral Associates - News May 2018
Open Source software. A reminder!
Mistral has offered Open Source templates of in-house developed multi-relational databases from the firm's earliest days. Along with free access to Mistral's Treedb32.exe database creation and editing tool.
Exactly the same tools Mistral uses to create and maintain the tens of thousands of program interactive databases distributed with every issue of Mistral software. These are supplied with rudimentary* Help pages outlining critical code that is need to enable user created databases to be recognized by and run in Mistral programs. For example for selecting refrigeration and air conditioning capital equipment or for coldroom cost estimation and customer sales quotation generation.
Mistral will happily provide developers a limited amount of advice and support at no charge. Providing developers have suitable qualifications or demonstrate aptitude in programming.
*Prospective code developers are assumed to already possess necessary programming skills. Mistral Associates cannot be expected to provide basic training. Novices are also warned that acquiring such skills comes neither easily nor quickly and can, indeed usually does, take years! Proprietary RAC equipment selection databases supplied with Mistral programs are locked and cannot be edited.
Manufacturers and distributors wishing to promote their products by reaching the vast majority of prospects already using Mistral's legendary RAC Application Engineering programs and relishing the chance to try their hand at programing therefore need look no further than the links below:-
Mistral Associates - Really old news
Sometimes friends need a little help before they can see the wood for the trees!