|By RealWire News Distribution||
|February 25, 2013 05:12 AM EST||
With powerful usability upgrades and presentation features, MindView 5 Mac sets the NEW industry standard for Mac Mind Mapping software.
Tampa, FL - February, 25th 2013 The highly anticipated release of MindView 5 Mac defines what a product upgrade should be. MatchWare revamped the software, focusing on improving user experience and productivity. MindView 5 Mac sets the standard for Mac mind mapping software with the industry's best MS Office integration. With enhanced editing, new map styles and powerful presentation options, mind mapping sessions will be more engaging than ever before. Whether it's to brainstorm, simplify the decision making process, or improve memory and concentration, Mac users can take advantage of MindView 5 and become more effective, increasing productivity on any project.
MatchWare's Product Manager Thomas Henriksen explains, "After nearly 2 years of gathering user feedback, and months of product research, we are proud to release MindView 5 Mac. With an optimized MS Office integration and powerful presentation features, MindView 5 Mac improves usability and the presentation of ideas, making users more efficient in their daily work. MindView 5 Mac is an invaluable asset for any organization."
MindView 5 Mac's Feature Highlights
Enhanced MS Office® integration
New Map Styles and Custom Style Designer
Industry specific templates
Inclusion and auto generation of Citation and Bibliography information
Text to Speech
Mac Mind Mapping Software Optimized for Developing and Organizing Ideas
MindView 5 Mac's greatest improvements are the usability upgrades. Professionally designed templates give users the ability to use industry specific project templates to enhance their workflow and get started in a matter of minutes. The new map styles give MindView 5 Mac a fresh look, improving the visual appeal of projects and presentation. Users can now create their own map style using the Custom Style Designer. Students and researchers will love the new Citation and Bibliography feature. MindView and WorldCat.org have partnered, allowing direct access to 1.5 billion documented sources which you can add to your map as bibliography. When you export your map to Microsoft® Word, all citations are automatically formatted and placed in the correct location of the Word document. A Bibliography section is created at the end of the Word document. Additional features such as Map Legends, Text to Speech and an improved Outline view, put MindView 5 Mac at the top of the list for serious Mac Mind Mapping software.
"With MindView 5 Mac's new map styles, improved Outline view and Citation features, MindView has become an invaluable tool during my research and planning stages.", states Jim Franklin, Project Manager at The Shaw Group & Instructor at the University of California San Diego.
MindView 5 Mac offers a wide range of powerful new features that help maximize productivity while saving both time and money. At a onetime fee of $249 for a single user it is a tool that no student or professional business should be without.
To order MindView 5 Mac or to download a demo version, please visit http://www.matchware.com/
MatchWare is a Danish software house founded in 1992, with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and France. MatchWare is privately held and financially backed by its executive team. MatchWare is a world leader in cutting edge Mind Mapping and productivity software. MatchWare continues to release highly intuitive, visually pleasing software, packed full of powerful features helping users to achieve professional results without the complexity of traditional software programs.
* MatchWare, MatchWare Mediator, MatchWare ScreenCorder, MindView, are trademarks or registered trademarks of MatchWare A/S. All other trademarks and registered trademarks used in this document are the property of their respective companies.
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