Snowbound Software Reports Another Record Year (1/28/14)

Waltham, MA. (January 28, 2014) - Snowbound Software, the market leader in document viewing and conversion solutions, today announced that it achieved record-breaking results in 2013. The company's highlights include historic sales and revenue gains, international expansion and industry recognition for its flagship product, VirtualViewer HTML5.

In 2013 Snowbound's international sales increased by more than 25 percent to become the highest in the company's 17-year history. With new accounts added in the UK, Australia, South Africa, Germany, Japan, and France, more than 1,000 companies now use Snowbound's solutions worldwide. These customers include nine of the top 10 US banks, seven of the 10 leading global banks and three of the top five shipping companies worldwide.

While recording the best six months in the history of the company by 18.1%, Snowbound responded to customer needs by unveiling a host of dynamic new features to VirtualViewer HTML5. Throughout the year, Snowbound added a split image panel, text search, expanded API support, and picture controls to the pure HTML document viewer. KMWorld recognized Snowbound for these efforts, naming VirtualViewer HTML5 one of its top trend-setting products in 2013.

"Ending the year with a bang is always a welcome event," said Simon Wieczner, president and CEO of Snowbound Software. "Finishing 2013 with our best month and quarter ever capped off a year of strong product growth and extensive expansion as our customers continued to realize the value of Snowbound products in their organizations."

"Snowbound's outstanding 2013 was largely driven by the many enterprise license agreements we secured with large global customers," said George Farnham, Snowbound's vice president of sales. "These agreements simplify the ordering process and pave the way for our customers to easily add additional licensing when needed."

Snowbound also continued its partnerships with other leading companies in 2013, releasing an updated connector for IBM's Content Manager, as well as introducing VirtualViewer HTML5 support for Alfresco's content management system, Alfresco Share.

Snowbound also reached new audiences in 2013 with the release of a revamped quarterly newsletter, The SnowHub, and a comic strip, "Worlds Apart".