New design makes F2 a bit easier, a bit faster and a lot more fun.


Over the past couple of weeks cBrain has introduced version 5 of F2 in a series of ads in Danish business dailies. The release represents the biggest change in design of The Knowledge Workers Desktop, which is the user interface of F2 and key to one of the software's payoffs: Everything in one place.

The ads have been placed in Berlingske Business and Børsen - today Tuesday 6 October in Børsen page 3. All the ads point toward the release of F2 Version 5 on Thursday 8 October 2015.

In the add cBrain introduces F2 as the most advanced production platform for government work in the market. The ad shows pictures of The Knowledge Workers Desktop at a laptop, the F2 Manager on an iPad and F2 Touch on an iPhone. Beneath the pictures we stress that the new design makes F2 a bit easier, at bit faster and lot more fun. It is all about the user experience of higher productivity and greater transparency which eventually will lead to happier civil servants having more fun working.

Built for government
F2 is different because it is built for government, developed through close collaboration with civil servants in a number of ministries to create a standard system they can simply plug in to support their work.

It was designed from the ground up to meet the specific user needs and processes required for government workers. F2 helps civil servants get more done each day. It takes the pain out of managing the essential things like mail, messages, documents, meetings, approvals, submissions, and checklists. 

F2 goes beyond document management and archiving to provide a complete production platform for government work.

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