|By PR Newswire||
|August 22, 2014 08:42 AM EDT||
RALEIGH, N.C., Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In this digital age, there are many options for document storage. Lisa Purvis of Raleigh, N.C., has a cutting-edge, yet extremely practical, solution.
It's called LP77 and is specially designed to have maximum functionality combined with ease of use. LP77, which is inexpensive and can be used with virtually any type of document, has been developed with small businesses and sole proprietorships in mind.
In addition, it has a mobile platform so documents can be accessed from a phone or other mobile device.
"This is an innovative, but simple, concept to organize both personal and business documents, files, photos, contracts, videos and links with worldwide access," said Purvis, the president of Brawand Purvis LLC, a new company on the cutting edge of communications software. "LP77 is built with a fun concept that children and older adults can navigate easily. It will utilize digital concepts using Smartphone photography. There is no need to scan. This interface will change the way we file and store information.
"LP77 is the ideal paper-less, paper-free document library."
Using cartoon icons and simple navigation systems, this new software is fun for children and very easy to use.
"In some ways, it's like a video game," Purvis said. "Kids will really enjoy finding photos, videos and links. On the other hand, LP77 is a highly sophisticated way to store and manage thousands of files. It's the best of both worlds."
LP is still in development and Purvis needs about $137,000 to finalize production. This money will be used for software engineering, mobile app development, legal fees and a training video.
In order to generate this start-up capital, she has launched a Kickstarter campaign, which can be viewed at www.kickstarter.com/projects/1696234263/revolutionary-document-storage-software-lp77.
Donations of any amount are welcome. Those who contribute $100 will receive a free LP77 download.
"We are estimating that it will take about six to nine months to fully develop this product at a price point that will be competitive on the market," said Purvis, who has worked for Nortel Networks and has connections with top global engineering and logistic professionals. "Once people see how efficient and user-friendly this system is, we believe it will really take off."
For additional information, visit www.kickstarter.com/projects/1696234263/revolutionary-document-storage-software-lp77 or the Brawand Purvis website, www.brawandpurvis.com.
Brawand Purvis LLC
SOURCE Brawand Purvis LLC
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