Release date: 7/11/2011
Atalasoft Wins SD Times Top 100 Award for 2011
EASTHAMPTON, Mass., July 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- SD Times recently named Atalasoft, a Kofax company, as one of the winners of the SD Times 2011 Top 100 award, given only to companies who exhibit exceptional leadership and innovation in the software development industry. Atalasoft was placed in the components category which includes companies who provide the nails, boards, and bricks developers use to build their applications. Atalasoft's featured product, DotImage, is a feature-rich document imaging SDK for the Microsoft .NET platform used by developers to view, scan, edit, process, and annotate images on the desktop or in the cloud. The company was chosen to receive the award at the end of June.
The nominated companies were judged by the editors of SD Times, who considered the offerings and reputation of the nominated companies, as well as how much general "buzz" they have been creating within the industry. Judges looked for companies that have established a true following amongst software developers who anxiously await their newest products and advancements. The SD Times closes their summary of the Top 100 with this quote: "Leadership and innovation can't be measured by stock valuations or analyst reports. The SD Times 100 represents what we believe to be the best of the best…"
Atalasoft with their DotImage Document Imaging .NET SDK for Barcode, .NET OCR, etc., was voted as a winner in the Components category of The SD Times 100 this year.
For nearly ten years, Atalasoft has provided imaging libraries to help .NET software developers build Document Scanning, Viewing, and Processing into their applications by reducing development time, and eliminating expenses by offering fixed-price royalty-free licensing. They specialize in zero-footprint imaging technologies, allowing applications to be more competitive, easier to use, and 100% web-based. For two years in a row, Atalasoft was listed as one of Inc. Magazine's 100 fastest-growing software companies in the US and is a member of many industry organizations including AIIM and ARMA; they are on the TWAIN working group.
Atalasoft is headquartered in Easthampton, Massachusetts. In May 2011, Atalasoft became a part of Kofax plc. http://www.atalasoft.com