Pasadena-based Central Desktop said today that it has officially launched its Microsoft Office collaboration tool, Central Desktop for Office. The software, which connects to Microsoft Word via a toolbar add-on, allows users to open online files through Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The firm's software has been available to users since at least May. Central Desktop said the software is available in both free and premium versions, wit the premium ersion costing $30/user/year for extended functionality and co-authoring. Central Desktop is headed by Isaac Garcia.
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Central Desktop Officially Launches Office Collaboration Tool