think-cell publishes new book on self-organization in computer systems

Berlin/Heidelberg, November 1, 2002

think-cell's' CEO, Markus Hannebauer, has published a new Springer-book on problem-solving, collaboration and self-organization in computer systems.

This kind of publication is further proof of think-cell's special commitment to active computer science research and its applications to real-world problems.

About Springer-Verlag

Springer-Verlag has been publishing for more than 150 years. Since its beginnings, highly qualified authors, such as Robert Koch, Werner von Siemens, and Rudolf Diesel, have made history with their publications and have made "Springer" a trademark of quality in scientific publishing.

About think-cell

Founded in Berlin in 2002, think-cell is the defacto standard for creating professional presentations in PowerPoint. With productivity tools and support for 40+ chart types, 10 of the top 10 global consulting firms rely on think-cell, it's the software of choice for the Fortune 500 and taught at 9 of the top 10 business schools.