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The Ultimate Typing™ Program Development Was Based on This Generation’s Lifestyle, eReflect Announces

August 18, 2013

Ultimate Typing™ software, developed by eReflect software company, revealed today that the typing improvement software was designed based on the modern lifestyle which emphasizes quick, efficient communication. eReflect said that Ultimate Typing™ makes instant social interaction effortless and accurate and answers the need for ways to stay fully integrated in 21st-century society.

New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 19, 2013

Typing program Ultimate Typing™ has been designed with the increasing communication demands of today's younger generation in mind. eReflect, the company that developed Ultimate Typing™, announced today that the lifestyle today's children are born into, which prioritizes instant, efficient communication, has been the basic idea around which the software has been structured. eReflect released today's announcement in response to recent comments published on a widely-read news site stating that with advances in technology, the “old-fashioned” skill of typing is no longer needed. However, as the eReflect representative pointed out in today's statement, people today communicate mostly via their state-of-the-art gadgets and unless a person is an efficient typist, this form of communication can consume a lot of their time, whether that comes from slow typing speed, or from correcting misunderstandings caused by inaccurate typing. eReflect software company is in tune with the growing demand for typing efficiency, and has developed Ultimate Typing™ in order to address this need, as the eReflect representative revealed today.

Ultimate Typing™ boosts typing speed and accuracy, allowing typists to type three times as fast as they currently do. This is especially important for younger people who spend considerable amounts of time socializing through social media and other networks. Typing efficiency proves to be a necessity if people wish to communicate accurately and competently.

According to eReflect, Ultimate Typing™ allows users to focus on other aspects of their lives as it boosts their typing speed and accuracy and thus saves them many typing hours. As the eReflect company repeatedly stated, today’s communication model requires at least basic if not advanced typing skills even if a person's profession or chosen career path doesn’t directly relate to typing. eReflect explained today that software like Ultimate Typing™ helps learners in every aspect of their lives, not just their professional careers. A typing program can teach beginner typists how to type effortlessly and thus benefit from the spare time they will gain from this increased efficiency. More precisely, eReflect stated that people practicing with Ultimate Typing™ save anywhere from 4 to 47 hours per month, depending on their lifestyle and profession, with better typing skills.

eReflect company noted today that with Ultimate Typing™ young people can more efficiently master their online socializing lives and become more streamlined and efficient as well as clear and articulate, with better typing skills. In the end, notes the company representative, it's clear that the “old-fashioned” skill of typing is still a critical need in today's modern technology-driven society.

For more details on Ultimate Typing™, please visit http://www.ultimatetyping.com/.

About Ultimate Typing™

Ultimate Typing™ software is designed specifically for the improvement of typing skills. Created by eReflect, a world leader in e-learning and self-development software, Ultimate Typing™ has been informed by the latest developments in the science of touch typing.

Since its creation in 2006 by Marc Slater, the company has already catered to over 112 countries all over the world, offering products with the latest cutting-edge technology, some of which are among the world’s most recognized and awarded in the industry.

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