Leeds, West Yorkshire (PRWEB UK) 18 November 2013
Leeds based software developers PeachWorx LLP have announced that they are making available an Unlimited Site Licence for their TaskForceCO2 energy saving software at just £295.
The Licence covers an Unlimited number of PCs at one Site address and also covers new and retiring PCs, essentially meaning the user never has any licensing worries.
The scheme is designed to give users an effective PC Power Management Solution with a fast return on their investment, often within just a couple of weeks.
According to PeachWorx, as staff prepare to drift off over the Christmas period often leaving PCs on full power, there is massive potential to save money.
PeachWorx claim any PCs left on over the Christmas period will not just be wasting power at night, but all day too and where conventional methods like scripts and policies are in place they often fail due to device drivers getting in the way and other automated procedures can be very costly on a per PC basis.
TaskForceCO2 works by allowing power schedules to be applied to PCs. This lets the Organisation shut down, standby, hibernate and wake up PCs automatically and at chosen times thereby saving significant sums of money in between.
Richard Ward, Partner at PeachWorx said, "With the economy still recovering there is a real need for all organisations to save money where they can and installing PC Power Management software is one essential way to do just that."
"Our Licensing model is designed to remove the financial constraints of installing such software and with our current promotion it makes purchasing TaskForceCO2 a no brainer for most organisations," said Ward.
PeachWorx add that TaskForceCO2 is currently installed on tens of thousands of PCs and with a free trial copy that works on up to 250 PCs for 14 days, it's easy for anyone to establish what the likely cost savings of using it would be and therefore be able to make an informed decision regards purchasing.
A trial copy can be found at http://www.peachworx.com/promo.