January 13, 2015 — OTRS, the world’s leading provider of open source Help Desk software and ITIL® V3 compliant IT Service Management (ITSM) software, today announces the fourth patch level release of the OTRS::ITSM Module 4.
Please note, that from now on we will only officially support versions OTRS 3.3 and OTRS 4.
- Release name: OTRS::ITSM Module 4 Patch Level 4
- Required OTRS release: OTRS 4 Patch Level 4 or higher
- Release date: January 13, 2015
- Release type: patch level
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