Omea 2.0 Released!
As a marketer, I'm proud to announce the release of Omea Pro 2.0. This tool has helped me immensely while tracking the changes in the Desktop Search and Information Organizer industries, keeping up with my competition, and organizing all my files, feeds, emails, instant message conversations, newsgroups for our products, and the 100's of websites that i track (who unfortunately don't yet use RSS technology).
By bringing all of my resources into Omea Pro's Information Environment, I'm able to organize myself by my projects, topic of research, and all the contact people involved in each, with one tool. That's major. For example, I have a specific category for each of my competitors, so anytime that we mention something about them internally... in an email, ICQ conversation, or strategy document, Omea automatically picks up that info, and puts it into my category. It does the same thing whenever the competitive firm puts out an RSS feed, and it keeps their websites in my category as well. So later, when i'm looking for info on them, it's all in one place.
Omea Pro's desktop search functionality helps me quickly find any resource, from any Information Source, in a few seconds... instead of looking through all my info for a specific fact. So I don't need the Windows Explorer to check out my folder hierarchies... Outlook to organize my emails... ICQ or Miranda to scroll through my message histories.. and a separate aggregator to track my industry update research via RSS feeds...
Frankly, this product saves me time, to focus on DOING more important stuff than just searching for information. And I look better to the CEO when I can show him a long list of the things that I've accomplished, instead of just saying "I researched this".
I should mention here that I work for Jetbrains, the makers of Omea Pro 2.0, and that fact makes me an early adopter for technology like this. It also means that I've got a competitive advantage when it comes to productivity, and THAT is translatable to any other marketer out there who knows what it's like to have a LOT to do, and something to prove to the development team.
Check out Jetbrains' Marketer Case Scenario or the demo!