GlobalSCAPE to Ring Opening Bell at the American Stock Exchange
SAN ANTONIO - GlobalSCAPE (AMEX:GSB), leading the market in the integration of Managed File Transfer and Wide Area File Services technologies, today announced that Randy Poole, GlobalSCAPE's chief executive officer, will ring the opening bell at the American Stock Exchange on Monday, Sept. 10, 2007, at 9:30 a.m. ET. He will be joined by several members of GlobalSCAPE's executive team.
"It is an honor to be invited to ring the bell, as it marks such an exciting time for the company," said Randy Poole. "Since GlobalSCAPE's listing on the AMEX stock exchange, which occurred on July 19, 2007, we have seen great success in a short amount of time. We look forward to our continued success and sharing our story with a much larger group of investors."
The opening bell ceremony will be archived on the AMEX web site at www.amex.com and should be available by mid–day on Monday, Sept. 10th. Occasionally, the opening bell ceremony is picked up live on MSNBC or Bloomberg.
GlobalSCAPE, a provider of Global Managed File Transfer (MFT) solutions and wide-area file services (WAFS) technologies, delivers a modular approach to solving the enterprise challenges of security, bandwidth, latency and regulatory compliance. GlobalSCAPE's products securely and efficiently move files such as financial data, medical records, customer files, intellectual property, and other sensitive documents of any size between supply chain partners and branch offices. GlobalSCAPE's products are used by mid-sized and large enterprise companies, including virtually all of the Fortune 100, leading technology, banking, healthcare, and public sector organizations. Headquartered in San Antonio, TX., GlobalSCAPE is also the developer of CuteFTP, the most popular file transfer protocol application on the market. For more information on our risk-free purchase options, visit www.globalscape.com or call 800-290-5054 (US) or 210-308-8267 (international).
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