IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dabitat is a digital filing cabinet, allowing users to define structure up front, then easily fill that structure or "place" with organized information. Because of its cloud technology, Dabitat removes the necessity for syncing and adds collaborative and social aspects to the old school notion of a database. Adding mobility to the already powerful application allows users to more easily gather, retrieve and share information from any device.
Dabitat has steadily increased its user base since launch, and expects to capitalize on a need in the market left by the closure of FileMaker's Bento. The closure of the Bento product line left many users looking for alternative tools. Dabitat has made itself the clear choice, not only including a Bento import, many standard Bento features as well as numerous innovations that just weren't technically possible until Dabitat re-imagined how a personal database should work.
Individuals and groups can quickly define structure, then easily pour data into that structure. As a cloud based system, data input anywhere is immediately accessible within Dabitat by other users with access to the "place". Mobile support makes this unique feature even more useful and powerful.
"Dabitat is passionate about allowing users to organize information and then giving them the power to retrieve it quickly in the most useful format. Mobility makes it possible to do this from anywhere. This release is a big step for Dabitat, we are excited to see how people use it," said Jeff von Waldburg, Dabitat's Co-Founder and CEO.
Dabitat truly is the next generation in data management. Dabitat is simple, intuitive, powerful, collaborative, and now ubiquitous.
Dabitat is currently in beta. Accounts are free.
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