We love our Tablet PCs here “down under" and we are proud to be associated with a brilliant software package for Tablet PCs (and regular PCs) called eNoteFile.
eNoteFile is developed right here in Melbourne in a partnership between Physiotherapist Bruce Cohen and Software Development Firm Kiandra.
Kiandra was recently awarded as the winner of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year Award 2009 for “Custom Development Solutions, Application Infrastructure Development.”
eNoteFile was described by Microsoft as:
Companies and individuals who embrace Tablet PCs will benefit from the unique digital ink, note taking, visual search and web synchronisation capabilities of eNoteFile.
Australians will be familiar with organisations who have been using eNoteFile on Tablet PCs such as:
The Melbourne Storm NRL Club
The Geelong Cats AFL Club
eNoteFile is an essential application for your Tablet PC or Notebook, and best of all, eNoteFile is free! No strings attached. Download it here (Registration required).
From the Kiandra website:
Kiandra has been awarded the Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year 2009 in the category of Custom Development Solutions, Application Infrastructure Development, for our custom developed eNoteFile software and hosted server solution for eNoteFile Services.
eNoteFile draws on the exceptional skills of Kiandra’s development team to securely record, manage, search, synchronise and share detailed notations and related documentation, in an seamlessly online and offline desktop-based environment.
Watch this YouTube video below to get a quick preview of just one of the features that makes eNoteFile a great Tablet and Touch app…
Although eNoteFile was originally intended as a digital ink based paper and filing eliminator for physiotherapists and allied healthcare, it has found application in a wide range of applications such as:
Personal note taking
As a product, eNoteFile is continually improving, so we will be keeping you up to date with the latest news on eNoteFile.