May 14th, 2006
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS -- GlobalSCAPE (OTCBB:GSCP), a leading developer of secure server and Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) management solutions, today reiterated the solid results for the first quarter of 2006, released in its 10-Q filed Friday with the SEC. Revenue was $2,414,923 for Q1 2006, versus $1,422,381 for Q1 2005. Net income after taxes and options expense costs was $548,932 versus $158,570 in Q1 2005, a gain of 246%. "We are extremely pleased with these results, which reflect increasing market acceptance of our file transfer solutions," commented Randy Poole, President and CEO. "We look forward to discussing our plans and strategy for further growth at our annual meeting on Thursday, June 1, 2006."
GlobalSCAPE provides secure file management software that enables companies to safely send data over the Internet. GlobalSCAPE’s products guarantee the privacy of critical information such as the transfer of financial data, medical records, customer files, intellectual property, and other sensitive documents. GlobalSCAPE’s file management software ensures compliance with government regulations on protecting information and allows enterprises to reduce IT costs, increase efficiency, track and audit transactions, and automate processes. GlobalSCAPE’s products are used by leading technology, banking, healthcare, and public sector organizations and can be customized to fit various customer needs, creating a variety of solutions. In addition, GlobalSCAPE provides content management and website development tools. Founded in 1996, GlobalSCAPE is the developer of CuteFTP, the most popular file transfer protocol application on the market. GlobalSCAPE is headquartered in San Antonio, TX. For more information, please visit http://www.globalscape.com or call GlobalSCAPE toll-free at 800-290-5054 (US) or 210-308-8267 (international).
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