CHECKER FOR REAL PROS
London, U.K. (PRWEB) June 03, 2014
ContentPlagiarismChecker team presents a new originality checker service that easily integrates into any CMS or web-site through API.
ContentPlagiarismChecker is a new generation of originality checking engines, it's much more than just a new plagiarism detection tool. ContentPlagiarisnChecker not only does a routine check of any public or private content on the Web or database, it is a professional solution for businesses and educational institutions: professional support team can easily integrate ContentPlagiarismChecker into any university's system or academic writing platform, collective blog, news portal to make sure that the documents or any texts one works with are free from plagiarism.
New service will make life of teachers, lawyers, universities' paper checking teams, and editors much easier: whenever one needs to check for duplicate content accidently or deliberately copy-pasted by students or writers, new document's difference, find sites, that have "borrowed" content without citing -- ContentPlagiarismChecker engine will help.
ContentPlagiarismChecker was created and maintained by a dedicated team of educational and IT professionals who know their clients' needs very well: the service is easy to use and has lots of useful functions like customizable check depth (a simple scan costs much cheaper, than a detailed analysis, in fact, the prices start from 0.05 cent per page), plagiarism percentage calculation and content quality estimation, a good reporting system that sends detailed accounts to e-mail, very fast work with huge amounts of data, comparison of texts with anything available online.
The team plans to add multi-language support to the system really soon (for now it "understands" English and Spanish) and some new integration capabilities as well.
Do you need ContentPlagiarismChecker? There are lots of other plagiarism checking services on the market?
Yes, if you need your checks done really fast or you check lots of documents on regular basis.
But the ones who really and desperately need are corporate institutions working with huge amounts of data and understanding the price of unique content.