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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2009/02/12 - Benubird Pro is a powerful, easy-to-use application designed for SOHO users to manage their important documents from one central location. It combines comprehensive filters, built in PDF conversion, browsing and search technology.
Debenu, the company behind Quick PDF Library (formerly known as iSEDQuickPDF) -- its powerful royalty-free PDF SDK, today announced the next release of its personal document management software, Benubird Pro 18.104.22.168
Unrivaled Document Management™
"Dealing with a large number of documents is challenging. It's easy to misplace, duplicate or even accidentally delete them." stated Karl De Abrew, Debenu CEO. "Benubird Pro helps you overcome this challenge by providing a powerful set of tools to archive, convert, edit, manage and retrieve your documents. "
"With Benubird Pro you can store your documents in one archive and use a comprehensive set of filters and search technology to make sure your documents are never more than a few clicks away," De Abrew added. "Optimized for use with PDFs, images, Microsoft Office and OpenOffice documents, Benubird Pro really does boost your productivity when it comes to document management."
With Benubird Pro 22.214.171.124 you can:
• Easily import files and folders;
• Convert documents and images directly to PDF;
• Directly edit file and PDF metadata;
• Apply and remove tags to group files;
• Watch folders to automatically import files;
• Export files to a zip archive, folder or email;
• Organize files into Collections (virtual folders);
• Organize files in Smart Collections (rule-based virtual folders);
• Filter document properties to retrieve files;
• Quickly search the properties of every file.
"We believe that PDF represents the core of long-term archiving, right now by using the built-in 'Add to Benubird Pro' PDF printer-driver built into Benubird Pro, you can archive anything you can print," noted De Abrew. "In future releases, we intend to use our PDF developer API, Quick PDF Library to add support for the long-term archive standard PDF/A (ISO 19005-1:2005)."
Benubird Pro uses the Microsoft® Office Fluent™ user interface aka 'the Ribbon'. It provides improved context menus, enhanced screen tips, a Mini toolbar, and keyboard shortcuts that help to improve user efficiency and productivity.
For more information or to download a 14-day trial visit the official Debenu website.
Availability and Promotions
All existing customers are entitled to a free upgrade, and a 20% discount promotional offer is available until Feb 28, 2009 for new customers using the coupon code BENU0407
Bits du Jour is running a 1-day special on Saturday 14 February, 2009 Benubird Pro
About Karl De Abrew
Karl De Abrew is the CEO of Debenu and the founder and former CEO of Nitro PDF Software. Since starting Nitro PDF Software in 1997 he led the company to many significant achievements, including the successful launch of Nitro PDF Professional (the first true alternative to Adobe® Acrobat®), ARTS PDF (one of the world's leading PDF software developers), and Planet PDF (the most popular website for the PDF community). Karl is a seasoned speaker, having been an expert panelist, moderator and track chair at conferences and seminars across the planet; as well as being an industry commentator and columnist writing for a variety of publications including Adobe System's website and Planet PDF.
Debenu (debenu.com) is one of the world's leading SOHO Document Management and PDF software vendors and the company behind Quick PDF Library© (also known as QuickPDF) the powerful royalty-free PDF developer SDK and Benubird Pro, the first true personal document management software. Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Debenu has operations spanning Europe and Australia. Benubird Pro is a key element of Debenu's Document Management suite which includes Benubird Pro, Quick PDF Library, and the #1 free online PDF info editor, PDF Properties Changer. Debenu is also responsible for two industry leading blogs, 4xPDF and Digital Documents, both which target the world of electronic documents.