St. Louis, MO, January 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- New time management software relieves stress for those working from their home offices, helping them live longer, stress-free lives. With so much stress on the average self-employed person in keeping up with clients, and with the growing awareness of the detrimental health effects of stress, it was only a matter of time before someone came up with a solution.
Lware Limited, an up and coming software company, has just released their newest creation geared to help those in consumer-driven industries live longer, healthier lives. Home-Sec, a time management software designed to help those dealing with multiple clients from their home offices stay better organised, was released at the first of the year. After a few minor snags prior to the release, representatives of Lware Limited assure customers that the newest edition of Home-Sec is more than ready to relieve the stressful burden of keeping up with multiple clients.
Home-Sec was initially designed as a companion software for Lware's original program Club-Sec, a software designed to help club and resort owners keep better track of bookings and other customer relations. After being reviewed by third-parties in other industries, it quickly became clear to the head of Lware, Richard Leyshon, that there was a much larger market who could benefit by the features of Home-Sec. "We decided to focus on copywriters because of the sheer stress involved with keeping up with multiple clients and projects;" said one Lware representative, "but certainly anyone who works with clients from a home office would be greatly helped by the time-saving features of [the program]."
The program currently only operates on computers using either Windows XP® or Vista® operating systems, making it ideal for home office workers using newer computers to operate their businesses; and a moderate price tag (when compared to other programs of the same nature) puts it within reach of most self-employed persons and small business owners. Representatives of Lware were also quick to remind us that the program can be claimed as a business expense on self-employed persons' taxes. Anyone who is interested in the Home-Sec program can learn more by visiting http://www.thevoiceofcopy.com/Home-Sec .