Sep 28th, 2008
SAN ANTONIO -- GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (AMEX:GSB), a leading developer of file transfer software, announced today the availability of the latest versions of its popular CuteFTP® product line in five additional languages. Spanish, German, French, Portuguese and Turkish versions of CuteFTP Home®, CuteFTP Pro® and CuteFTP Lite® will enhance the company’s ability to increase international market share.
Ted Marchut, Vice President of Consumer Products, stated, "The markets we are targeting with these releases totaled almost $12 billion in 2007 according to IDC. GlobalSCAPE already has strong international sales and these new localized products will increase our ability to penetrate these markets. Our web traffic and trial installations from these countries indicate we have brand recognition and serious interest. These new releases will allow an additional 20% of our trial users to run CuteFTP in their native language and a great experience using the product is what we believe will convert trial users to customers."
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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