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New Digital Document Summarizing Software Released

In addition to providing summaries, GetRecap PRO and GetRecap DOC identify keywords, phrases and themes, and allow the user to select words to exclude when summarizing. All of the recaps delivered to the desktop provide links back to the original content. This saves the researcher time by knowing whether there is content of specific interest inherent in the document, and being able to get right to it to learn more.

“As the U.S. economy becomes dominated by knowledge workers, more and more people are responsible for research and analysis,” said Kelly L.Kirchhoff,Chief Executive Officer of Smarbee, Inc. “The information explosion caused by digital media means people have to sift through mountains of information to do their jobs. The GetRecap family of products is the hot, new software available now that helps them do their jobs well, saving time – and money.

There really is nothing else like this in North America.”According to a March 2007 report titled “The Expanding Digital Universe,” the amount of digital information created, captured and replicated in 2005 was 151 billion gigabytes, which is about three million times the information in all the books ever written. That number has now increased six-fold to 988 billion gigabytes.

The GetRecap family of products digests most digital documents, including Word DOCs, PDFs, html, website pages and more.

FREE 30-day trials are available via Smarbee.com. GetRecap PRO sells for $199.00 for a lifetime license. GetRecap is available for $49.00.

About Smarbee
GetRecap is a family of products developed by Smarbee Inc., a company dedicated to developing solutions for information management that are intuitive and accessible. Smarbee is an American licensee of NeuroPower Technologies, a German company that develops software for intelligent search, retrieval and analysis of information.

For more information visit www.Smarbee.com

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