VirtualViewer HTML5 Chosen as KMWorld 2013 Trend-Setting Product (9/4/13)

Waltham, MA (6/10/13) - Snowbound Software, the market leader in document viewing technology, today announced that VirtualViewer HTML5, its web-based, zero footprint document viewing solution, was recognized as one of KMWorld's trend-setting products for 2013. VirtualViewer HTML5 enables users to access, view, collaborate and share document content across the enterprise, ensuring maximum efficiency at every stage of the document lifecycle.

First published in 2003, the KMWorld trend-setting products list recognizes products that deliver elegant, sustainable, workable business value. More than 700 products from 300 vendors were considered for this year's list, and a judging panel comprised of editors, analysts, system integrators and users chose the winning selections. The official article announcing the winners can be found here.

"VirtualViewer HTML5 was selected by the panel because it demonstrates thoughtful, well-reasoned innovation and execution for the most important constituency of them all: the customer," said Hugh McKellar, editor in chief of KMWorld.

VirtualViewer HTML5 enables companies to streamline workflows by giving users the ability to easily access all popular document types, no matter where the content resides or where the users are located. A true HTML viewer, it is compatible with any PC, Mac or mobile device as well as many Enterprise Content Management Systems. Users need only a web browser to utilize the viewer -- no application download or client-side installation is required.

"Snowbound Software is honored to have VirtualViewer HTML5 recognized by KMWorld in this year's list of trend setting products," said Simon Wieczner, president and CEO of Snowbound Software. "This inclusion speaks to our commitment to delivering true business value for our customers through our ever-evolving products, and it underscores the importance of including advanced, versatile document viewing technology as a key part of the business tools arsenal."