Thursday, November 15, 2001
GlobalSCAPE Earns Place in "Interactive 500"
GlobalSCAPE, a leading developer of content and file management software, is selected by Interactive Week as one of the top 500 companies, based on annual revenues generated from Web operations
SAN ANTONIO -- GlobalSCAPE Inc., a leading developer of content and file management software, today announced that it was selected by Interactive Week as one of the top 500 companies, based on annual revenues generated from Web operations. Interactive Week is a weekly newspaper that covers all aspects of the Internet and technology to help readers drive innovation and growth for their organizations. The special report includes public and private companies conducting business during the 12-month period beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001. GlobalSCAPE ranked 346 in the report.
"We are pleased to be recognized among some of the most successful companies doing business online today and are optimistic about online revenue growth for business software products," said Tim Nicolaou, CEO of GlobalSCAPE. The aggregate revenue of this year's Interactive 500 is $378 billion, more than double last year's total of $183 billion. IDC's expectations of the worldwide value of business goods and services purchased online is also encouraging, predicting an increase from $282 billion in 2000 to $4.3 trillion by 2005. "I believe these combined statistics show market opportunity for GlobalSCAPE's strategic plan of empowering businesses to create, move and manage information in a secure, collaborative environment," said Nicolaou.
GlobalSCAPE's content management products include CuteFTP Pro™, a secure file transfer application targeting IT professionals, Secure FTP Server, which complements CuteFTP Pro with a complete digital certificate management system, two way authentication, and SSL and SKEY password encryption and CuteFTP®, an easy-to-use consumer version of the file transfer application. Additional product categories include Web site development, secure compression and archiving, and browser-based virtual storage solutions for the enterprise.
GlobalSCAPE Inc., founded in 1996 as a subsidiary of ATSI Communications Inc. (AMEX:AI - news), is a leading developer of high-quality, affordable content and file management solutions, which enable individuals and organizations to easily create, move and manage information in a secure, collaborative environment. GlobalSCAPE software delivers powerful functionality, yet is easy to use supporting advanced users and novices alike. Premier products are offered in German, French, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese to support international clientele. For more information please visit www.globalscape.com.
Interactive Week, launched in October 1994, is a weekly newspaper that covers all aspects of the Internet and technology -- alliances, events, issues, key players, products, services and strategies to help readers drive innovation and growth for their organizations. Based in New York, N.Y., Interactive Week is a controlled-circulation newspaper with over 300,000 subscribers. Readers receive a free one-year subscription by completing an application, which is approved only if they can demonstrate they make key decisions regarding Internet products and services for their companies. For more information please visit www.interactiveweek.com.
This document contains "forward-looking statements," which are statements
that describe management's beliefs and expectations concerning the future.
Actual results could differ materially from those described due to various
risks and uncertainties, including those risks described in GlobalSCAPE’s
filings with the SEC.