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Snowbound Unveils Faster, More Powerful Conversion SDK Including A New Document-based API

Jun 3, 2022

RasterMaster v20.0 includes significant speed, performance enhancements and document-based API

Waltham, MA (May 21, 2019) – Snowbound Software, the market leader in document viewing and conversion technology, today announced the release of RasterMaster v20.0, the firm’s powerful document conversion and imaging SDK that introduces its new document-based API.

The latest version of RasterMaster features a new document model that enhances speed and performance by significantly reducing processing and load time for large documents.

New features include:

• Document-Based API

  • The new document-oriented API for MS Office documents saves document state information, which greatly reduces processing time of subsequent pages and results in significant performance improvements.

• Exception-Based Error Handling

  • RasterMaster v20.0’s new document model includes improved, exception-based error handling that makes it easier and more seamless for developers to process errors.

“We think our users are going to love the performance benefits of the new document-based architecture,” said Snowbound’s Director of Software Engineering, Sean Graham. “We are excited to have a new, clean foundation that we can build upon in the years to come.”

RasterMaster® is the industry’s leading document/image conversion and imaging library for Java and .NET. It is continually enhanced with new functionality and formats and was developed by Snowbound’s experts who have nearly a hundred years of combined imaging expertise. Fortune 2000 companies with millions of users—including top banks, insurance companies, healthcare, shipping, and industry leading document management companies—have depended on this product for over two decades to serve their most urgent and demanding applications.

To see a quick video about RasterMaster, click here.

Pricing and Availability
RasterMaster v20.0 is out now for Java. For more details or to request an eval, please call (617-607-2010).