The Newest Version of Tibbr Exceeds Expectations

February 1, 2012

One year ago Tibbr burst onto the scene with a new way of organizing data for its subscribers.  It took away the mystery of much of the data-world by allowing users to receive information they wished to receive without the inconvenience of searching and sifting through unnecessary information.  Their latest release, Tibbr 3.5 does even more for the user as the article, Tibbr 3.5 Turns the World into Interactive Post-Its, on Martign Linnsen’s blog, explains.
Using many anecdotal examples of how Tibbr 3.5 could be used to solve everyday problems for both an individual and employee the article praises the company and the new updates.  As for what purpose Tibbr actually serves, the post says,
In my opinion, tibbr dramatically reduces unnecessary human intervention in the workplace, thereby making work less unpleasant while freeing up resources for the really interesting work.  Not the greatest nor shortest sales pitch – but then I’m not selling anything here…I see business cases by the dozens here. tibbr 3.5 socialises the entire world, inside as well as outside the enterprise.
One of the best parts of Tibbr 3.5 is that in an effort to minimize compatibility issues with multiple operating systems it is in HTML5. Also it is available to use offline, an added feature that will surely come in handy for many subscribers.  With over one million active users currently Tibbr will surely become even more popular as word spreads of its amazing data accessing powers.
Catherine Lamsfuss, February 1, 2012
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