Finally there is a solution for the unfortunately unedited email. WordRake Holdings, LLC announces today the launch of its new software application: WordRake® for Outlook.
Email Editing Software
Allows Professionals to “Send” with Confidence
SEATTLE – September 9, 2014 – Finally there is a solution for the unfortunately unedited email. WordRake Holdings, LLC announces today the launch of its new software application: WordRake® for Outlook.
Emails are often full of awkward language and unnecessary phrases that reflect poorly on their authors. WordRake® for Outlook allows professionals to edit their outgoing emails right in Outlook, before they hit “Send,” knowing their message is as clear and concise as they can make it. WordRake® for Outlook builds on the phenomenal success of WordRake® for Word which debuted in 2012 and has been adopted in thousands of law firms, corporations, government agencies, and universities.
With the push of a button, writer-friendly WordRake® for Outlook reviews an email in seconds, editing inline to streamline and clarify the message, and allowing the writer to accept or reject each edit. The technology underlying WordRake for Outlook is the same enhanced technology WordRake released in May with WordRake® 2 for Word, featuring millions of new edits and even greater accuracy.
Gary Kinder, a lawyer and New York Times bestselling author, created WordRake®. Kinder says, “Since we launched WordRake editing software over two years ago, users have asked one question far more than any other: ‘When will WordRake be ready for Outlook?’ Today’s the day. And I’m delighted, because I know that feeling, that hesitation to hit the ‘Send’ button. It’s like it was in the old days when we hesitated to lick the envelope. Is this good enough? What will they think of me when they read it? With WordRake in your Outlook, now you can hit ‘Send’ with confidence.”
WordRake® for Outlook works on any device running the PC version of Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013, including the Surface™ Pro tablet.
For a one-year subscription to WordRake® for Outlook, a user pays $129 USD, and users subscribing for two or three years receive a discount. WordRake also offers a bundled price for users purchasing both WordRake® for Outlook and WordRake® for Word. Larger organizations receive volume discounts and may qualify for Enterprise licensing.
Anyone may try WordRake® for Outlook or WordRake® for Word with a free 30-day trial.
For more details on pricing and trial subscriptions visit www.WordRake.com.