For Immediate Release
April 19, 2002
"Free" web browsers not meeting business web research needs
United States - With release of their Cartagio V1.1 range, Missiontrek has unveiled the second stage of their goal to capture the growing market for business geared web research software. They claim that their Cartagio product family is attracting widespread interest, and is poised to blaze a new trail in web research technology.
"Employees using the so-called 'free' browsers for web research, are costing companies many thousands of dollars/year" said John Moetteli, Missiontrek CEO. "And at the end of the day, after scanning and sifting through numerous web sites - what do these stressed employees have to show for it? Todays web researcher needs more than the basic bookmarking capability browsers have been limited to since their first appearance over 10 years ago."
Aimed at small and large firms, Cartagio is a family of desktop browser-based products ranging from entry level to enterprise systems. "Being browser-based, means researchers can be productive from the start" said Moetteli, "they can continue using their normal browser for other tasks, but Cartagio records their research, automatically rates relevant content, lets them easily save and organize their work, and includes a powerful range of productivity tools (DataSearch, LinkGopher, WebSearch, LogBook, ToDo tasks, Tours, Sticky Notes etc.) as well as time and billing statistics."
The product range also includes an optional low-cost Cartagio Server module which installs on an office network PC in minutes. The server allows team members and clients to share and collaborate on research projects, as well as providing access from home or on the road.
Free trial downloads are available from the Missiontrek website at www.missiontrek.com