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We’re Working Hard to Support You Despite COVID-19

Over the past few weeks, we’ve naturally had many conversations with our customers and partners about Snowbound’s availability during the coronavirus pandemic. So many of our customers are large enterprises that depend on their vendors to protect their data and ensure continuous support. Whether...

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Thank You for Your Support in 2019

And a request for ideas on what more we can do to address Global Warming Thank you to our customers, partners and employees for making 2019 a great year!  There is no question in my mind that the collaboration and cooperation between us is the secret sauce.   To reassure you that...

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Getting Out Major Releases (Not a Trivial Task)

With a sigh of relief, we recently put out two major releases in succession.  Our VirtualViewer HTML5 v5.0, that sits on top of our RasterMaster product, came out only a month after RasterMaster v20. We put out major upgrades only every few years because our Fortune 2000 enterprise customers need...

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No Trees Were Harmed Using Snowbound Products

I am proud to say that Snowbound continues the fight against tree harvesting for the purpose of manufacturing paper for business documents. Numerous business processes—including mortgages, insurance claims, banking transactions, medical records and so many more—never see “the light of paper”...

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Eating Your Own Dog Food

Doesn’t sound appetizing, does it? But we do. Or put more plainly: We use what we sell. Our VirtualViewer® HTML5 (VV) for Java and .NET sits on top of our RasterMaster (RM) SDK/libraries. Those libraries are driven to excellence because we depend on them for our VirtualViewer universal HTML5...

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Scrap or Enhance Your ECM?

Updating your Enterprise System Gently – without cracking any eggs I don’t think anyone could have predicted that Fortune 500 companies (among many others) would be running software written in the 1960’s and 70’s today. But for the same reasons that’s been going on,  that situation persists today...

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