Babble Soft Introduces Web and Mobile Software to Ensure the Health of New Babies

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Babble Soft has announced the launch of its Baby Manager Web and Mobile software to help parents keep up with breastfeeding, pumping, bottle feeding, medicine doses, and diaper changes, and to keep families connected and focused on the health and well-being of their newborns.

Babble Soft has announced the launch of its Baby Manager Web and Mobile software. Helping parents keep up with breastfeeding, pumping, bottle feeding, medicine doses, and diaper changes, Baby Manager keeps families connected and focused on the health and well-being of their newborns. Family members, caregivers, friends, or health care professionals anywhere in the world can log on to watch the growth and development of baby. Users can even share pictures and exchange notes.

When babies are born they become the true managers of our lives . . . especially the first several months after they enter our hearts and homes! Baby Manager is a software application, with Web and mobile options, designed to help parents figure out their baby's patterns and cues to ensure his health and happiness. No more wondering: "When did baby last eat?" "When did mom last pump or breastfeed?" or "When did baby have his last dose of medicine?" Caregivers can quickly look up the last time baby ate, took medicine, or had her diaper changed to determine whether she might be hungry, tired, need another dose of medicine, or just wants to be held.

What's more, for busy breastfeeding moms, keeping track of pumping and medicine intake helps with the management of stored breast milk. Also, when asked, "What did you do all day?" breastfeeding moms can proudly and confidently show a report online, on a mobile device, or on paper the time they spent feeding their baby which can range from 3 to 6 hours per day (i.e., 20 to 40 hours per week!) depending on the baby and the mom. The application summarizes the data in easy-to-read graphs and reports that can be printed out to show friends, family members, or health care professionals.

Babble Soft's president, Aruni Gunasegaram, a serial entrepreneur and mother of two, explains, "What's advantageous about Baby Manager Web is not only its ability to help parents easily keep up with the basic information required by most pediatricians in the first months of a baby's life, but also its ability to keep families connected."    

"The Windows Mobile platform allows people to customize their devices to meet their individual needs," said John Dietz, group product manager for Mobile and Embedded Devices, Microsoft Corp. "Applications like Baby Manager Mobile continue to expand the ways people can manage both their workstyle and lifestyle all on one device."

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: Baby Manager requires a high-speed, broadband connection to the Internet and runs on the latest web browsers. In addition, the application also syncs seamlessly with Baby Manager Mobile running on Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition software for Pocket PCs and Smartphones, Windows Mobile 5.0-powered Pocket PC devices (e.g., Palm Treo 700w) as well as with Windows Mobile 5.0-based Smartphones (e.g., Motorola Q). If you don't have a mobile device, Babble Soft provides custom forms to place by the diaper changing station or in the kitchen to jot down the appropriate information to enter into the web application when convenient.

About Babble Soft, LLC

Babble Soft creates brain-saving software solutions to help families stay connected and help parents ensure that new babies get what they need, thereby making the transition into parenthood a little easier. To purchase Baby Manager or to activate a Free Trial, please visit http://www.babblesoft.com or http://www.babymanager.com.

In addition to selling subscriptions directly through its website, Babble Soft also negotiates discounts with technology companies. Currently, Babble Soft has employee discount programs established with Microsoft, Freescale, Motorola, and Qualcomm. Babble Soft also donates subscriptions to Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs).

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