02-28-2012 03:29 AM CET - IT, New Media & Software


Press release from: KeyRocket
KeyRocket, Shortcuts to Productivity
KeyRocket, Shortcuts to Productivity
Berlin, 27 February 2012 - German software company, KeyRocket, passed the 1,000 user mark, just three weeks after the Beta opened to the public; providing personal keyboard short- cuts and increased productivity to offices and the world.
KeyRocket provides keyboard shortcuts while you work, where it matters. Since the Beta opened, the software has over 1,000 active users in 35 countries. KeyRocket’s integration into the fields of engineering, consultanting, lobbying, education and finance is changing how companies like Van Scoyoc Associated and Rebate Networks manage their computers. The program currently supports shortcuts for Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint.
Business Management has discovered a wasted chunk of time from the ignorance of key- board shortcuts. According to a study by Rice Univerisity’s Dept. of Psychology, ‘the keyboard shortcut method is the most efficient, [but] it is not frequently employed ...the accumulation of small time savings could be considerable.’* KeyRocket is the answer; weeding out the relevant shortcuts, while recording the productivity increase of each individual.
Both the free trial and premium versions of KeyRocket are available at the company’s website, keyrocket.com.

KeyRocket is software that recommends keyboard shortcuts while you work, where it matters. The company’s mission is to help users and software better understand each other. The soft- ware is developed by Veodin Software GmbH at their headquarters in Berlin, Germany. Key- Rocket’s team of six, works to provide dependable business solutions to clients, partners and users internationally. KeyRocket’s management team comes from a successful background of business consulting and software development.

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