Now available! Powerful book analysis software for authors and publishers. Named in honor of Leo Bloom, the accountant played by Gene Wilder in the classic film THE PRODUCERS.[1]

Version 1.0 enables users to load five years of royalty statements from Kindle Desktop Publishing for up to 1000 titles into our super-powerful web-based Data Explorer. It's hard to communicate with words alone just how great this is, so let's go to the video!

Register for free trial with limited data, then purchase for $199/year as a standalone product or for $29/month as part of the full Nimble AI package that includes a variety of text generation and analysis tools.

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Future releases will include support for analyzing sales from Ingram/Lightning Source, booksellers and retail; international rights; and paying royalties.

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  1. Wikipedia: Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) was once the toast of Broadway, but is now an aging, fraudulent, corruptible, and greedy Broadway producer who ekes out a hand-to-mouth existence romancing lascivious, wealthy elderly women in exchange for money for a "next play" that may never be produced. Accountant Leopold "Leo" Bloom (Gene Wilder), a nervous young man prone to hysterics, arrives at Max's office to audit his accounts and discovers a $2,000 discrepancy in the accounts of Max's last play. Max persuades Leo to hide the relatively minor fraud, and while shuffling numbers, Leo has a revelation—a producer can make a lot more money with a flop than a hit by overselling shares in the production, because no one will audit the books of a play presumed to have lost money ... The partners find the ideal play for their scheme: Springtime for Hitler: A Gay Romp with Adolf and Eva at Berchtesgaden. ↩︎