LAS VEGAS & SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ILTA CONFERENCE--Today at the ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) Conference in Las Vegas, Seattle-based WordRake® unveiled WordRake® Version 1.3, the newest version of its editing software for clarity and brevity which will be released in the near future. WordRake 1.3 will add compatibility with the 32-bit version of Office 2013, and all versions of 64-bit Office on Windows 8.
WordRake intelligently “rakes” documents within Microsoft Word and suggests edits to eliminate or rephrase unnecessary words. The company has been on a roll with new technology, having debuted WordRake Version 1.2 in June with Windows 8 compatibility and Enterprise Licensing. Additional releases, including two completely new additions to the WordRake product line, are expected later this year and throughout 2014.
Scott Johns, COO of WordRake Holdings, LLC, commented, “WordRake is truly up-to-the-minute now with the introduction of WordRake Version 1.3. Given the popularity of our recently released Enterprise Licensing options, we have seen increasing demand for WordRake on the 64-bit versions of Office, so we were highly motivated to provide this expedient update. With Version 1.3, WordRake will now be compatible with all current Windows/Office combinations, and will remain so going forward. Once we have completed our cycle of compatibility updates, the WordRake engineering team has several exciting technology breakthroughs on the way. We invite interested parties to stay tuned over the coming months.”
WordRake Version 1.3 will be available free of charge for existing WordRake subscribers. WordRake subscriptions start at $99 per machine for a 1-year license, with additional discounts available when purchasing longer license durations. Volume discounts are also available, with tiered savings based on total quantity of licenses purchased.
To watch WordRake software edit documents, or to try it yourself, visit WordRake.com. For those attending the ILTA Conference, to schedule an appointment with WordRake CEO Jim Figel, who will be attending the conference, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About WordRake Software
WordRake’s law practice software provides a unique editing platform within Microsoft Word. It “rakes” through each document to suggest edits for tighter writing, saving lawyers time and money, and giving them the confidence their brief, letter, or memorandum is clear and concise. Any professional will benefit from WordRake software’s keen eye for finding words and phrases that add no meaning. For its unique technology, WordRake has been awarded six patents by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Based in Seattle, the company was founded in 2011 by lawyer Gary Kinder, a bestselling author and nationally-known speaker who has taught over 1,000 writing programs to law firms like Jones Day, Latham & Watkins, Sidley, and WilmerHale. He is the author of the critically acclaimed, New York Times bestseller, Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. For the American Bar Association, he has created the online, interactive series "Advanced Writing for Lawyers,” presented writing webinars, and taught twenty live, all-day ABA programs on writing.