One of the most difficult aspects of managing a startup is controlling the finances. IBM is looking to help companies by offering IBM Lotus Symphony at no charge. IBM has developed a suite of productivity software for creating, editing, and sharing word processing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Based on OpenOffice.org, IBM has tweaked the interface to make it user-friendly. With IBM Lotus Symphony, users can open, edit and save in Microsoft Office and OpenOffice.org formats, and also export documents to PDF files. IBM Lotus Symphony meets all productivity needs, while saving hundreds of dollars per seat. This way, entrepreneurs can invest their limited resources on the products they are developing, not on software licenses.
Read what PCMag had to say about IBM Lotus Symphony:
“The best free productivity suite you’ve probably never heard of. Designed by IBM for smooth, reliable use in office environments.”
“Highly usable, reliable, sleek, and integrated multiplatform desktop application suite, free for the download. “
You can download versions of IBM Lotus Symphony for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
Download IBM Lotus Symphony today, and see for yourself why PCMag has rated it as EXCELLENT.
Post written by Joe Walsh, Marketing Manager – IDR North America