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Monday, March 31, 2014

Trial Presentation Software Sale!

Recent posts on the Trial Technology LinkedIn group announce new releases of two popular trial presentation software packages, both getting some extra attention with a limited-time price reduction. If you’ve been considering ExhibitView or TrialPad, now would be the time to buy. Here are the posts:

HiTrial Tech folks...I asked Ted before posting this. Our company ExhibitView has released serious updates to ExhibitView & TranscriptPro. We will offer this group a serious offer.
"Anyone in this group, and only in this group, can acquire a copy of ExhibitView or TranscriptPro for 1 week (so try if you like first) for the price of $149.00/ per single user license. I know, ridiculous. Obtain 1 or both products by purchasing ONLY the support contract, software free. We have been around for a while and I think ExhibitView 5 will start to impress some folks in this group. Send your request for the direct link to purchase at this price to me directly. We want to control this a little bit. My email is and/or you can Skype me at "exhibitview" or call 706-622-3305 1 WEEK to take me up on this offer!!!!”

New TrialPad 4.0 on Sale
"Just launched at ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago on Thursday, TrialPad was featured by Apple as the #1 Best New App in the Business section of the App Store. Normally $89.99, it's on sale for $49.99 until 11:59PM 4/29/2014."

Membership of the Trial Technology group does indeed have its privileges, and above are two good examples. If you’re on the fence for either, now’s the time to jump. They are both excellent choices for trial presentation.