Internet customers receive complimentary version of Industry leading
TORONTO, Sept. 20 /CNW/ - Org-Matters Solutions Inc.
(www.org-matters.com), creators of OrganizeMy(TM) Electronic Filing Cabinet
For Dummies(R), in partnership with John Wiley & Son's "For Dummies" brand is
pleased to announce that they have joined forces with Bell Sympatico, Canada's
leading DSL Internet service provider to bring their customers a complimentary
Personal Finance version of what has been referred to as the most significant
software launch in 2007 outside of Windows(R) Vista.
The Electronic Filing Cabinet For Dummies(R) software turns chaos to
sanity for millions of Windows(R) users by enabling users to save and file all
of their vital information in an easy to-use, pre-loaded file structure. The
software also contains life-tracking tools to help users record key details
and complete pre-built "To-Do's" for important life events and
OrganizeMy(TM) Electronic Filing Cabinet For Dummies(R) is certified for
Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP and Windows Vista. The pre-loaded and expert built
folder structure is set up in the user's "My Documents" folder. Users can
easily grab emails, documents or files from their Outlook(TM) and Outlook
Express(TM) accounts as well as from the Web or through a simple one-click
scan in process.
"Consumers told us three things", comments Michael Schweizer, Creator,
President & CEO OrganizeMy(TM) Electronic Filing Cabinet For Dummies(R)
1. They are time constrained, so they need ready to go solutions.
2. They are being bombarded more and more with important electronic and
paper documents they know they need to save, but they have nowhere to
3. Most software is too complicated for the everyday consumer and tends
to intimidate them.
"We set out to address these three issues, hence the launch of the
software under the For Dummies brand. There is no brand in the world that is
so widely accepted and understood as representing simple and easy to use as
For Dummies," added Schweizer.
Bell will be offering the software as a free download to Sympatico
customers through a link from the Bell Home Office Internet Solution website.
It's another clear example of how choosing to become a Bell Sympatico
customer means you can count on getting more than you expect to make your
computing and web access experience the best and most satisfying it can be. In
addition, it means Bell Sympatico customers who choose to "go paperless" now
have access to a simple easy to use filing tool on their desktop to save and
store their statements and other key documents. Together, it's Bell and
Org-Matters contributing to an environmental "go green" initiative focused on
only printing documents when absolutely necessary.
About Org-Matters Solutions Inc.
Org-Matters Solutions Inc. (www.org-matters.com) is a licensed partner of
John Wiley & Sons Publishing's "For Dummies" brand and develops organizational
products designed to help consumers manage their important information with
easy-to-understand simplicity. The launch of the hugely popular and critically
acclaimed OrganizeMy(TM) Electronic Filing Cabinet For Dummies(R) software in
February 2007 resulted in over 15,000 new users in the first 30 days. The
software is rolling out across North America in Retail Stores and Org-Matters
Solutions Inc. maintains marketing partnerships with such proven mainstream
organizations as Bank of Montreal Mosaic Mastercard (www.bmo.com/mosaik),
Mastercard North America (www.mastercard.com) and now Bell Sympatico
(www.bellsympatico.ca). In addition, Org-Matters has established partnerships
that add to the overall software functionality and effectiveness by combining
with Sony DADC (www.sonydadc.com) for world-class technology, Carbonite
(www.carbonite.com) for world-class online computer backup and Keating
Technologies Inc (www.Keating.com) for world-class user technical support. The
software product is also available at the North American online Dummies
website at www.dummies.com (select Product Shop).
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