Cogniview’s PDF2XL Is Tested And Ready For Windows 7

Contact: Inbal Ezra

Phone: (212) 231-8109

Email: inbal@cogniview.com

Website: www.cogniview.com

Cogniview’s line of PDF to Excel Converters are tested and ready for the new version of Windows which is due to released Oct. 22.

When Windows 7 is released on Oct. 22, Cogniview’s flagship product, PDF2XL, will be ready.

In fact, Cogniview has already completed the testing process and their product is now fully tested and supported under Windows 7.

“We try to always be one step ahead in the game of updates and versions in the software world. This time we can happily announce full support for Windows 7 in our product line, long before it is released to the public by Microsoft,” explains Yoav Ezer, CEO of Cogniview.

This includes all four editions of their product, PDF2XL, PDF2XL OCR, PDF2XL Enterprise, and PDF2XL CLI.

Therefore, customers who want to stay up to date with Windows won’t have to sacrifice the ability to efficiently and accurately convert their PDF documents to Excel.

PDF2XL is a product which allows users to convert PDF to Excel quickly and easily, saving many hours of tedious manual data entry which would normally be needed for each document.

Their PDF2XL Enterprise product can even convert data from PDF files, application screens, and application reports, to Excel or Word.

The one-time purchase of Cogniveiw’s PDF to Excel converter allows their customers to save countless man-hours, and also offers significant cost-savings as the software does the work that would normally require a full-time data entry assistant.

It is also a more efficient way to convert data, eliminating the factor of human error which is almost sure to occur when employees are spending hour after hour manually typing in hundreds of lines of data.

Cogniview was founded by a team of experts in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Information Retrieval, and Software Engineering. Their products are used by customers in industries ranging from financial services to government agencies to telecommunications companies to health services.

Those seeking more information may visit www.cogniview.com.

Contact: Inbal Ezra

Phone: (212) 231-8109

Email: inbal@cogniview.com

Website: www.cogniview.com