VERSION 6 DEFAULT
April 1, 2021 marks the switch from V5 to V6 as the default setting. You can still pop back to V5 if you want, but note that it will be retired soon. All of your impacts from V5 will now exist in both V5 and V6. Learn more about V6 in the article Introduction to Version 6.
This week there was only one product improvement released on March 25, 2021.
- The summed State + Local Tax table was removed from the Tax Results tab
Below are the official IMPLAN production release notes for version 6.0.24 released on March 17, 2021. Version 5 will still be the default while the finishing touches are being added TO V6.
- Performance improvements for Industry Aggregation in V5 and V6
- Updated dashboards in Region Details and Results in V5 and V6
- Industry Aggregation released for V6
Guess what? The 2019 Data is now the default in IMPLAN! Below are the official IMPLAN production release notes for version 6.0.23 released on February 17, 2021.
- Added 2019 Data complete with 2019 Occupation Data and 2019 Spending Patterns
- Added Evolving Economy - COVID 2020-Q3 Data to application
IMPLAN is always working to improve our software to not only make it easier to use, but to also add new features. Below are the IMPLAN production release notes for version 6.0.22 released on February 10, 2021.
- Performance Improvement for building combined regions of 200+ counties
- Updated Regions Overview
- Renamed "Model Year" as "Data Year"
- Removed "Area Count"
- Added Average Employee Compensation Per Wage & Salary Employee (dividing Total EC by Total W&S Employment)
- Added Average Proprietor Income Per Proprietor (dividing Total Proprietor Income by Total Proprietors)
- Fixed issue where unbuilt regions were not populating on the Impacts screen when clicking “Create Impacts” or “Add to Impacts”
- Added 2019 Occupation Data
- Added 2019 Industry Spending Patterns and 2019 Institutional Spending Patterns
- Fixed issue of multiple Groups with Spending Patterns not starting analysis
- Improved performance in building of new Regions
Written February 9, 2021
Updated April 1, 2021