Market Growth, New Funding Set Stage for Rapid 2010 Expansion
Online PR News – 16-March-2010 – – SOUTHFIELD, Mich., March 16, 2010 — SYNCING.NET, the leading Outlook synchronization software provider, today announced they hit a sales milestone with a 257 percent increase in new sales and subscription renewals in 2009 over the year prior. SYNCING.NET also recorded its 200,000 product downloads, marking another record for the company. Supplementing the strong sales growth, SYNCING.NET received a new round of funding from institutional and private investors which will be used for the development of new products and features and international expansion, focusing on English, French, Italian and Chinese markets.
The company is redefining the use of Microsoft’s Outlook email application by syncing information securely and seamlessly via peer-to-peer technology. Truly a unique offering in the market today, SYNCING.NET provides a single software solution that enables professionals and businesses to synchronize and share data simply, securely and seamlessly – all without the costs of a server and IT staff.
“The market is clearly waking up to the need for a single software solution to synchronize Outlook across many computers and mobile devices, and share contacts, calendars and files securely to further productivity and collaboration among distributed teams,” said Matthias Kandeler, managing director, SYNCING.NET. “Hosted and hardware solutions are expensive, insecure and difficult to manage, and the market has begun to realize this fact. 2010 will be a year of expansion in our product line, our channel and our share of the market.”
All products are available in English, German, Spanish and Portuguese for a free 30-day trial or purchase at http://www.syncing.net/. SYNCING.NET can also be reached on its blog or on Twitter. Additional press material and graphics can be found at http://www.syncing.net/en/syncingnet/press/press-releases.html.
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SYNCING.NET Technologies GmbH was founded in 2006 as spin-off from the Technical University of Berlin. The company develops and markets software for data synchronization through peer-to-peer networking technology, linking multiple PC’s to each other directly. The company’s unique synchronization technology offers significant performance advantages and savings potential, particularly for small to medium businesses (SMBs). SYNCING.NET products are currently available for a 30-day free trial or purchase. The company is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
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