It’s almost spring – the time when one’s thoughts turn to trade show season…Okay, maybe not so much, but the temperatures are finally getting (slightly) warmer, and it is time once again to make the annual show and conference circuit!
Snowbound Software, like most companies that attend industry events, uses trade show season and travel for a few things – two of the most important of which are new product announcements, and as a way to interact with our customers around the country, as well as meet prospective customers (obviously).
This year, as we’re gearing up to show our wares at the annual AIIM imaging conference and exposition at info360 and the twelve IBM UserNet road shows across the nation, we’ll be highlighting several noteworthy product enhancements and their benefits:
• VirtualViewer AJAX, our ‘Pure HTML’ (No client installation required) document and image viewer, now features the ability to open and view FileNet document markup (annotations)…read more.
• RasterMaster SDK for .NET and DLL now takes full advantage of 64-bit OS and 64-bit computer systems – ensuring developers are working with the most advanced imaging tools…read more.
The AIIM Conference and Expo at info360 later this month in Washington, DC is about exploring new ways to capture, store, analyze, access and deliver enterprise information. At last year’s AIIM conference in Philadelphia, Snowbound debuted its mobile viewing technology on Apple’s iPad, providing universal file access from virtually anywhere via a tablet (and other) computing platform.
IBM’s UserNet road shows are the premier Enterprise Content Management (ECM) events designed to help business leaders and IT professionals make better business decision. The content tracks are backed by over 25 years of user group history, and Snowbound as an IBM partner, will be an active participant showcasing our latest document viewing and conversion applications.
We look forward to the opportunity to get out and about every year at this time – and hope to see you in person at one of these, or future, events!
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