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EnableSoft's Foxtrot to Address Drop in US Workers' Productivity

Next-Gen Software Provides Solutions Without Increasing Headcount, Thus Functioning as a "Digital Employee"

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/25/14 -- EnableSoft Inc. announced today two new low-cost additions to their line of automation software, Foxtrot. All-new Foxtrot Desktop and Foxtrot Professional editions help employers increase productivity without adding staff by automating repetitive manual data tasks in Windows and Web environments, respectively. The announcement follows recent news from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics that productivity for the corporate sector fell 3.5 percent in the first quarter of 2014. Foxtrot often performs the work of two or more traditional employees, freeing current staff to focus on projects of greater value to the organization than routine data entry or maintenance.

Already in use by nearly 500 organizations, Foxtrot software performs manual data processes through the user interface of most applications -- just like a person would -- automatically. Employers get more from their current staff by offloading tasks to their Foxtrot "digital employee" and allowing their current staff to focus on new projects, customer service, product development, and more. Foxtrot Desktop automates tasks in Excel and other Windows-based applications for small and mid-sized organizations that utilize those platforms. Foxtrot Professional adds web automation for organizations that work increasingly with online applications. Gartner Research recently reported that 55 percent of companies expect to have adopted cloud-based e-mail and collaboration platforms by 2020.

"U.S. organizations have been able to increase worker productivity, and grow smartly, since 2012. Today, we are seeing productivity level off and even drop in some sectors," said Richard Milam, President and CEO of EnableSoft. "We've introduced these new solutions and priced them so that even small businesses can expand their staff, without adding people. Foxtrot helps employees do more of what they have been hired to do, and produce more for their companies."

The launch of EnableSoft's new products coincides with the debut of their totally-redesigned website. Customers are now able to purchase and download Foxtrot Desktop and Foxtrot Professional themselves -- the first time that any Foxtrot product has been available online. Foxtrot Enterprise is available by contacting EnableSoft directly. All Foxtrot solutions work without coding or programming so that anyone can automate challenging or routine data processes regardless of technical knowledge or experience.

About EnableSoft Inc.
Since 1995, Orlando, Florida-based EnableSoft Inc. has been helping organizations automate manual unstructured tasks. Foxtrot from EnableSoft works like a "Digital Employee" to automatically perform data entry, maintenance, and integration tasks just like a person would, but with total accuracy. Foxtrot software is already empowering nearly 500 organizations across 14 industries and 4 continents, including leaders in banking, healthcare, manufacturing, and elsewhere, to eliminate the burden of routine data processes without programming or coding. With Foxtrot, organizations enjoy true business process efficiency and cost savings -- today.

Visit www.enablesoft.com for more.

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