Those in the corporate world, who are often hard pressed for time, may unfortunately find that they are so busy running to meetings that they often do not have time to create work documents of the highest quality. Pintexx, according to company officials, is about to lend a helping hand with the release of Microsoft (News - Alert) Add-In of the 4D Wording Optimizer.
This comprehensive tool helps create effective communication by standardizing it, making it more legible, adding diversity and introducing tone, according to company officials. Pintexx's unique Microsoft Word Add-In focuses on these aspects.
Pintexx, an international company that focuses on sophisticated software solutions for the processing and optimizing of text, believes that language and communication are important tools in the production of quality documents across the board.
Customer-friendly communication, whether in the form of letter or e-mails, is an important goal of every company and the 4D Wording Optimizer not only analyzes the document but also assesses the strengths and weakness of the text and offers suggestions and rather sensible alternatives.
It even goes to the extent of informing the writer about passive constructions, long winded sentences that lose their original meaning as they become bigger, repetitions that somehow always seem to creep in and whether the whole text conveys the message correctly.
Pintexx's 4D Wording Optimizer based on the proven standards of the Corporate Wording strategy and the 4-Color approach, as certified by Hans-Peter Forster, founder of Corporate Wording and expert for corporate communication, has received the "CW Inside" certificate.
In other news, Pintexx announced that it has exxDoc 1.5. This release includes two versions for exxDoc: exxDoc Standard and exxDoc Pro. exxDoc is a web-based system that creates online help and other documents. Since the editing is done within the browser, there is no need for a publishing process. Changes are available immediately. Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin