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Jun 18, 2002 12:00 AM
Creo Inc. (Vancouver, BC) is offering a free 30-day evaluation version of Six Degrees software at Link www.creo.com. This download trial of Six Degrees will give consumers the opportunity to test this new technology before it becomes commercially available at the Macworld show in New York City next month.
Six Degrees software is an email-driven productivity tool. It automatically connects and displays related email messages, files, and people on the desktop so that the user can quickly navigate through projects in a powerful new way.
It is suitable for anyone who has many files and emails and who wants to work more effectively on his or her desktop computer. This next generation application updates in real time, and users are not required to change the way they work or how they store their files to enjoy the benefits of the application.
Creo launched Six Degrees software at Macworld San Francisco in January 2002, where its pre-beta version won a Best of Show Award. The development team conducted an extensive external beta-testing program that involved a cross-section of today's workforce, from freelancers to people working at large multi-national corporations. These beta-testers represented a variety of industries, working at organizations such as grueTech Studios, Fidelity Investments, Jackson Design, Chapin School, and Walmart.com.