updated 1/4/2011 9:15:40 PM ET 2011-01-05T02:15:40

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Jan. 4, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Send an email to a client, a friend, a colleague and invite them to work on a document together across the miles. Now add video and audio options, telephony and the ability to record a session, and you've got ShowDocument.com, new and improved.

Just before the new year, HBR Labs, the parent company to ShowDocument.com and VeriShow.com, debuted enhanced features to make online collaboration even easier. New ShowDocument features include video, audio and telephone conferencing, session recording capability, an updated website design and advanced options through a professional for-fee plan.

As a way of saying thank you to the "charter members" of ShowDocument, the company is offering FREE premium upgrades for one year to current, registered ShowDocument users.

"Increasingly, individuals and companies need to be connected with collaborative tools on an ongoing and regular basis – ShowDocument and VeriShow are leading the way to easier collaboration with simple, easy-to-use platforms that are effective and efficient," says Yuval Moed, co-founder and CEO of HBR Labs.

ShowDocument remains a free tool with many important features. Users who choose to upgrade to a professional, fee-based plan will find extra features and added flexibility.

Free accounts allow for up to three participants with the ability to open four tabs at once. Those items are unlimited on the professional platform. Video, audio and telephony are available through the professional plan.

"Our users have 30 days to test the Professional platform to make sure it meets their needs," says Moed. "The beauty of ShowDocument is it's a one-click deal: no downloads, no arduous installations. ShowDocument is browser-based and compatible with every operating system."

ShowDocument was created by HBR Labs LLC, a global web-based collaboration services provider which raised $2 million in funding from private equity investors in the fall of 2010. The capital is being used to accelerate the company's growth strategy for advanced live support, web meetings, document sharing and multi-media collaboration solutions.

"Our users depend on us to provide easy, collaborative solutions that enhance their workplace projects and customer service," says Yuval Moed. "Our clients are globally-located and globally-focused. We become a partner in their businesses as we provide tools for them to collaborate with colleagues and clients."

ShowDocument is a 100% SaaS platform with a high level of synchronization. Showdocument is easier than using a phone – try it for FREE!

HBR Labs was founded in 2007 to develop and market advanced, simple-to-use, web-based collaboration solutions so companies and individuals can communicate and collaborate effectively. The team is led by CEO Yuval Moed and CTO Zeev Halevi, with support from a number of Michigan-based private investment groups including Lis Ventures and Gal-Mar. The company's R&D facilities are located in Haifa, Israel; its corporate headquarters are located in Farmington Hills, Michigan.

For information or to arrange a virtual tour or interview, please contact Lynne Schreiber's personal cell phone at 248:376:0406 or email lynne@yourppl.com.

For publication purposes, please include the following information: www.hbrlabs.com, www.showdocument.com, 561:212:2996.

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