Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Two Exciting New System Access Subscription Opportunities

Serotek Corporation, the Accessibility Anywhere people, is proud to announce two exciting new options to extend accessibility to everyone. Serotek now makes its complete product offering available to people on a budget with two Software As a Service (SAS) options. For those who feel uncomfortable making any commitment, the entire Serotek offering including System Access Mobile with Neospeech and the System Access Mobile Network is available for the low, low price of $39.95 a month with no obligation. You can discontinue usage at any time and owe no cancellation fee. For those willing to commit to a forty-eight month relationship the price is just $24.95 per month. After forty-eight months you will have a paid up license to System Access Mobile with Neospeech. On-going use of the System Access Mobile Network (SAM Net) and continuing software updates will cost just $129.95 a year, guaranteed beginning in year 5 and beyond.

If you or someone you know has been caught in the dilemma of not being able to afford the accessibility tools you need and want because government agencies will only fund screen readers that are too complex and require too large an investment of your time to achieve minimal proficiency, this offer is for you. System Access Mobile is more than a screen reader, providing all the standard accessibility functions including access to the major Microsoft Office productivity tools including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and Outlook Express, and many other popular applications like Adobe Reader, Internet Explorer, Skype, Windows Media Player and much, much more. And, with System Access Mobile you get Neospeech, delivering naturally sounding voices. In addition, System Access Mobile, in conjunction with the System Access Mobile Network delivers connectibility as you’ve never experienced it before. Access your home computer from work or on the road; exchange files; interact on-screen with friends and colleagues. System Access Mobile takes social networking to a whole new level.

Best of all, System Access Mobile is easy to use. In minutes you’ll be up and running, browsing the Internet, sending and receiving e-mail, and accessing your favorite productivity tools. Additional training is available for those who want to really put the software through its paces.

You also get full access to the System Access Mobile Network (SAM NET), the world’s most complete compilation of accessible sites for news, entertainment, shopping, information, and social networking. With SAM NET you can launch your own Web site, create and participate in Blogs, customize your news and entertainment. SAM NET puts you right in the center of the digital lifestyle, helping you enjoy the independence and productivity you crave. On SAM NET you’ll find a community of like-minded individuals who are taking control of their lives.

So if you’ve been hesitating because of the cost, now is the time to act. You can enjoy the digital lifestyle for less than a dollar a day ($.82/day actually). You’ll save that and more just by using an Internet telephone service like Skype, which is fully accessible to Serotek SAS subscribers. Why not give yourself (or someone you know) the digital lifestyle for the holidays. It will be the most liberating gift you’ve ever received.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi, This is Dan Shelley mentioning here for all you who are considering new subscriptions to System Access or their network, one of the things you should consider is the quality and timeliness of their technical support. I have a friend in the U.K., and he can rely on them any time of day or night to be checking their email and Serotek's phone message answering machine to keep him up-to-date. Tonight, I was working on a microphone problem, and I decided to email technical support. I figured that they would call me in the morning. It was about 10:30 p.m. Pacific Time when I emailed. Soon I had email from technical support requesting further information, and I happened to be up, and answered the correspondence. Before I knew it, I had a Remote Incident Request to do a little maintenance and technical upkeep on my computer, and within a half an hour of emailing my problem was solved! I'm not exagerating here. The dedication and commitment of System Access staff has me questioning what else they have to do besides take care of us customers and make sure that the ability of each customer to use every possible facit of the computer is fostered! Their commitment and dedication are amazing. It's true they try to take care of things first that most of the customers want. However there are a broad range of things the access technology that System Access provides can do, and there is a broad spectrum of content and functionality through the System Access Network browser. I have been so busy doing some of the first things I learned to do and enjoy, that it has taken some time to get past the top of my learning curve on some of the other things I expected that I might someday want to do. But, with setting up my microphone, the time has come that some of my other long range projects might get easier. Some of the writing and criticism I have read has seemed to blame the company for slowness on the part of the customers to pick up some of these skills. But some of this is simply because there is so much to do on computers, in the Internet, at work, and in the leisure content that is provided. Who has time to do all of this and learn all that is made possible through this interface? Perhaps I would have more to say, but I just wanted to throw my two cents in about this.
Happy surfing,