San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2005
Today Silveroffice, Inc. announced the release of its free gOFFICE.com online browser-based office suite. gOFFICE (http://www.gOFFICE.com) combines with office suite software the work-anywhere benefits of web-based applications like salesforce.com, Hotmail and QuickBooks Online.
gOFFICE is a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) provider, and the benefits it offers are accessible by simply navigating to gOFFICE.com. Users type their work on the website and, when the text is completed, documents are created nearly instantaneously in Adobe PDF format. Additionally, users who sign up for a free account can save text on gOFFICE servers for later use. To help avoid writer's block, the website provides free access to a library of sample texts. Projects can be personalized by uploading and using customized letterheads. gOFFICE offers email, fax and US Mail services for its users to help distribute created document. Using the website requires only a web browser and a copy of Adobe Reader, making gOFFICE functional virtually everywhere.
gOFFICE today offers desktop publishing and word processing, but plans to unveil spreadsheet and presentation services. "We are offering our services in the spirit of Software-as-a-Service providers like Intuit, Google, Yahoo and others," stated Kevin Warnock, the founder of gOFFICE, in a recent interview. Warnock is a software architect with sixteen years of experience in the field of electronic documents. "We developed gOFFICE to transform the way people think about creating office documents. The website is a free and valuable service to small and large businesses, schools, libraries, travelers Â everyone. gOFFICE has the potential to have a major impact."
gOFFICE was created to revolutionize written communications with its browser-based office suite. The new website presents an alternative that has the ability to change the economics of office software throughout the world.
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