Global Graphics software fuses documents
gDoc Fusion 2.5 lets users combine different types of documents into one
- By Trudy Walsh
- May 25, 2010
Global Graphics today launched gDoc Fusion 2.5, software that merges incompatible files into a single document.
Users can create a summary, report or other document that combines spreadsheets, slides, images, text, PDFs and more than 200 other kinds of documents, Global Graphics representatives said. The drag-and-drop interface doesn’t require any special formatting or conversion.
Technology is supposed to be making our live easier, but “the average office worker is now overwhelmed by the sheer volume of different document types required for basic tasks,” said Gary Fry, chief executive officer of Global Graphics. “Enterprises are leaking money as the hidden costs of inefficient information work cause major frustration and leech productivity.” GDoc Fusion helps users unlock business information from legacy formats even when the original application is not present, he said.
Features of gDoc Fusion 2.5 include:
- Assembly View, which lets users collate, convert, read and share documents from more than 200 different formats in a single view page.
- Multi-format viewer, which lets users view more than 200 word processor, spreadsheet, image and drawing formats.
- LaunchPad, a compact interface that lets users drag and drop files.
- Flick View, a visual search feature.
GDoc Fusion runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. A single license version costs $100, and a 30-day trial version can be downloaded for free from www.globalgraphics.com/gdoc.
More information: www.globalgraphics.com.
Trudy Walsh is a senior writer for GCN.