ExtremeEase Software Inc. releases Enhanced Help Authoring Software
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – June 6, 2008 – ExtremeEase Software Inc., announced today that it has significantly enhanced its flagship product, HelpConsole 2008 to provide technical writers powerful, yet easy-to-use tools for creating web-based help systems, online product manuals, product demos, FAQs, and Knowledgebase systems.
“With HelpConsole 2008 we focused on ease-of-use combined with intuitive functionality”, says James Dean, President of ExtremeEase. “When we set out to improve HelpConsole we listened to our customers and, through extensive research, redesigned HelpConsole 2008 from the ground up using the latest technology.”
Feature highlights of HelpConsole 2008 include:
Reader comments and feedback
Concurrent Author Support
Help Project Merging
Flat Page Format
Pages Now Stored in Database
Page Link Dialog
Page Status and Approval
Several new reports
“By listening to feedback from customers, we’ve arrived at a sophisticated product that delivers what help authors really need most, including an improved interface, security group support, and the ability to merge two or more help files together”, said Steve Bentley, Director of Marketing. “It’s now easier for authors to create and maintain product documentation directly from their website, thereby simplifying the whole process of not only writing a help system, but also uploading and maintaining that content without having to become a developer in the process. HelpConsole 2008 sets a new standard for simplicity and speed in how technical writers develop Help systems”.
About ExtremeEase Software
Extreme Ease is a privately held corporation based in Vancouver, Canada, specializing in the development of web-based help authoring tools. The company’s products allow software developers and organizations to easily generate distributable web help systems and help centers for their company website. To learn more, go to: http://www.ExtremeEase.com.