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capSpire Launches Class Event Management Tool for Allegro Platform

Class Event Management Tool

Fortune 500 companies utilizing the Allegro CTRM platform know a major benefit of the highly rated software is that it provides extensive flexibility for customization.  Adding class events, or pieces of specialized code, allows companies to tailor the software around their specific functional requirements.  As businesses recognize the value added to their Allegro systems by including more and more class events, a problem has arisen.  Class event related conflicts and errors can arise with code version changes, the introduction of new class events, or the entry of non-conforming data.  Having a tool to help prevent these issues form occurring as well as providing a framework for managing class events over time is now a necessity.

Global consulting and solutions firm, capSpire is pleased to announce the launch of the Class Event Management Tool for the Allegro Platform.   The new tool will help businesses keep track of the entire class event process and will offer a sustainable way to manage class events over time.

capSpire’s Class Event Management Tool features include:  

  •  Version control: Allows users to take a snapshot of the current state of class events.   If needed, users can restore to a prior point in time after making updates.
  • Functionality help:  Provides class event creation help by offering pre-canned as well as user created snippets and templates.  The tool guides users directly through the class event creation process and provides for a sustainable naming convention.
  • Dependency identification: Identifies which class events will be affected by changes or modifications to certain components or code.


capSpire Allegro Practice Director Brian Bruce says more businesses are adding value to their Allegro CTRM systems by utilizing customized class events, but those additions need a management framework for sustainability as the code base grows.

“The Allegro platform provides extensive flexibility to customize the software through class events.  capSpire recognized our clients’ need for a tool to aid in avoiding conflict as more customized functions are added,” Bruce says.  “Our Class Event Management Tool will help maintain long-term system structure and reduce the complexity of managing changes to class events and Allegro versions as they occur.  This tool takes one of Allegro’s best features – customization – to the next level for our clients.”

About capSpire

capSpire is a global consulting and solutions company that creates, customizes, and implements meaningful technology for commodity focused organizations.  With expertise in commodities trading, risk management, and complex enterprise content management, capSpire creates valuable business process and technical solutions for Fortune 500 companies.  The firm’s flagship product, Gravitate, is revolutionizing the way companies communicate with their clients.  capSpire offers an unparalleled level of service and is headquartered in Northwest Arkansas, with additional offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Dublin, Ireland.  The firm was recently recognized as the fastest growing private company in Arkansas.  Visit for more information.

About capSpire

capSpire is a global consulting and solutions company serving the Commodity Trade and Risk Management sector of the energy industry. Headquartered in the growing technology hub of Fayetteville, Arkansas, with an office in Tulsa, Oklahoma, capSpire has served over two dozen clients across North America and Europe. capSpire provides its clients with deep business and system expertise to simplify and streamline its commodity management functions for crude, natural gas, refined products, NGLs, coal, iron ore, agriculture and freight. Chief among its service offerings are IT strategy and planning, system selection, bespoke software development, implementation services, systems integration, complex enterprise content management and ongoing support.



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