Coming Soon To A Computer Near You... Reel Logix, Inc. Announces New Versions Of The Calendar Planner

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Reel Logix created a buzz 4 years go when it designed new calendar technology that has been used for managing films like “Spiderman II” and television shows like “24.” Responding to increasing demands for the product outside of Entertainment, Reel Logix released The Calendar Planner for personal and general business use in 2005. Reel Logix has now applied the same focus they have on Entertainment to these new markets and have announced two new releases in Q3, 2006 that were developed by working closely with customers in these sectors.

Building on their success in the Film and Television industries, Reel Logix, Inc. brings its unique brand of calendar software to new markets with two new releases of The Calendar Planner.

Reel Logix made a name for itself 4 years ago when it designed new calendar technology that has been used for managing films like “Spiderman II” and television shows like “24.” Word spread quickly about this new program and responding to increasing demands for the product outside of Entertainment, Reel Logix released The Calendar Planner for personal and general business use in 2005.

Since The Calendar Planner’s release, Reel Logix has built a diverse client list in verticals such as Education, Government, Manufacturing, Retail, Professional Services and Home Consumer. Some notables include Disney, Sony Playstation, America Online, Rubbermaid, Florida State University and Notre Dame, among others. Individuals, small businesses and professional services including Law Firms, Medical Offices and Retail Shops, round out the company's client list.

Randy McGowan, CEO attributes the software’s broad appeal to the product’s origins in Film and Television. “The entertainment market was challenging because they needed a powerful and reliable solution that could handle managing hundred million dollar films yet be easy to use and flexible enough to manage simple office calendars. It also had to be deployable in environments with almost no IT support. We designed from the ground up to meet these needs.”

Reel Logix has now applied the same focus they have on Entertainment to these new markets and have announced two new releases in Q3, 2006 that were developed by working closely with customers in these sectors.

"These two releases are the culmination of over a year of working closely with many of our customers, from individuals to users in Fortune 100 companies" said Marcia Robinson, VP Client Relations. "People have really taken to the unique visual approach The Calendar Planner uses to create schedules and we have had allot of great ideas from our customers for these two releases. Features include integration with products they currently use such as Outlook and Palm. Others, such as the new visual approach to event and resource scheduling are exciting and innovative and will keep The Calendar Planner ahead of the market in terms of letting people work the way they want.”

New capabilities such as the ability to share calendars very easily over a network with no server as well as enhanced reporting, new views and an improved web calendar are all slated for these new releases.

The current version of The Calendar Planner Standard Edition is priced at $99 from Reel Logix's online store at http://www.thecalendarplanner.com. Reel Logix, Inc plans to continue the practice of giving free updates to customers who opt in before the new, higher priced, versions hit the market.

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