Phoenix, AZ, March 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- With 25 years of software development experience, Harlan Brothers Engineering has released the first web application for Conceptual Information Management or CIM (got to have an acronym). CIM is the digital version of the agenda, the whiteboard, the bull session, and the strategy or planning meeting rolled into one. In other words, the work of thinking that goes on ahead of the work of doing.
Datacle is the software tool that takes on that work of thinking or CIM. Spreadsheets work the numbers; databases, the information; word processors, the documents, and so on; all tools in the computer’s tool belt. Jobs that were once done mechanically, or by hand, are now done electrically via the computer and dedicated software, and have provided immense gains in productivity and efficiency. Now the job that’s strictly been done only by the working of minds has a tool to bring it into the computer age.
Consider: What’s being drawn on those whiteboards? What’s being set on those agendas? What thoughts are being thrown around at those meetings? Ideas, concepts, details, processes, objections, questions, and the like; scribbled onto notepads, or keyed into tablets. Disparate information to be gone over, emailed, mentioned at the water cooler, bent, folded, spindled and mutilated, then brought up anew at the next meeting. Hell, even the ancient Romans did this.
No more; now conceptual information can be managed with Datacle. Datacle takes learning the business, harnessing the ideas, mapping the collaborations, and joining the separate pieces together into the information age. Datacle, the tool for CIM.