Snowbound Software, the market leader in document viewing technology, today announced the release of VirtualViewer HTML5 for IBM Content Navigator (ICN). Snowbound’s award-winning browser-based document viewer seamlessly integrates with ICN and IBM’s ECM product family such as Case Manager, FileNet P8, CMIS, Content Manager CM8, and CMOD.

With full ICN 2.0.3 integration, VirtualViewer HTML5 provides Content Navigator users with rich feature functionality, including advanced page manipulation, unique navigation, annotation support, and on-the-go mobility. Details include:
  • Advanced Page Manipulation: VirtualViewer HTML5 allows Content Navigator users to interact with documents in a variety of ways during the case management lifecycle by providing page manipulation functionality. Users can split, merge, add, reorder, extract, search, export, e-mail, and print both individual pages and full documents.
  • On-the-Go Mobility: VirtualViewer HTML5 is a browser-based solution that is optimized for mobile viewing. It provides Content Navigator users with the flexibility to navigate their documents from any device, including smartphones and tablets.
  • Unique Multi-Page and Multi-Document Navigation: Content Navigator users can easily navigate between multiple documents and individual pages with the viewer’s thumbnail panel, tabbed windows, and ability to display multiple documents in a single window.
  • Support for Existing FileNet Annotations: VirtualViewer enables Content Navigator users to enhance their workflow with its support for a variety of annotation types, including existing FileNet annotations.
Snowbound will be showcasing all of the above benefits of VirtualViewer HTML5 for ICN at the upcoming IBM Insight 2015 in Las Vegas from October 25-29. Stop by booth number 960 to learn more about the integration and to see the viewer in action.

In addition, Snowbound is hosting a webinar on October 20 at 11AM, “A Day in the Life of an IBM Content Navigator.” Click here for more information and to register.

“Snowbound is leading the way in document viewing by meeting the demands of IBM customers for mobile access and working dynamically with content,” said Bill Martin, IBM Business Development Manager of Snowbound Software. "The newest integration of VirtualViewer HTML5 with Content Navigator provides users the most complete document image viewer across their ECM platform.”

Pricing and Availability


VirtualViewer HTML5 for IBM Content Navigator will be available at the end of October. Please visit Snowbound at www.snowbound.com/products/document-viewer or give us a call (617-607-2010) for more details.

Snowbound’s VirtualViewer HTML5 document viewer is a pure HTML document viewing solution enabling file retrieval through a universal web application. It does not require any client-side installation or plug-ins such as Flash, Adobe, or Office. VirtualViewer HTML5 works with any standard browser, provides on-the-go mobile document viewing, and delivers flexible cross-platform support. It is available for both Java and .NET.

About Snowbound Software

For almost two decades, Snowbound Software has been the pioneering leader in document viewing and conversion technology. It plays an integral role in enhancing and speeding document processing for the Fortune 2000. Snowbound excels in providing customers with powerful viewing and conversion technology for capturing, viewing, processing, and archiving hundreds of different document and image types.

Thanks to its unique universal design and HTML5 technology, Snowbound’s products operate across all popular platforms and can be easily integrated into new or existing enterprise content management systems.
Nine of the ten largest banks in the United States (7 of 10 in the world), as well as some of the biggest healthcare providers, government agencies, and insurance companies in the world rely on Snowbound for their mission critical needs.

For more information, contact us at 617-607-2010 or info@snowbound.com, or visit www.snowbound.com.

 

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