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Zamurai Named "Hot Vendor" by Aragon Research

Zamurai Is Redefining the Whiteboard With Its "Killer App"

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/14 -- Zamurai, a leading developer of mobile collaboration solutions for business professionals, announced that Aragon Research has named Zamurai to its annual list of Hot Vendors in Mobile and Collaboration. The honor from Aragon spotlights companies with 'hot' products and services featuring compelling new technology that leverages Cloud, Content, Mobile or Video technologies.

According to Aragon Research, "A new generation of tools is making it easy to create rich content or to collaborate, all from the comfort of your tablet or smartphone. The world of content authoring is heating up, and this year the focus is on mobile."

The Zamurai Mobile Whiteboard app was recognized for its ability to let people collaborate remotely just as normally as if they were together in a conference room. Aragon also cited Zamurai for its robust, flexible feature set that includes an infinite canvas and native icon libraries.

"Traditional physical whiteboards are among the world's most proven collaboration tools, as evidenced by millions of corporate meeting scenarios," said Jim Lundy, CEO and Founder of Aragon Research. "But more people are not in the same location or accessing meetings from mobile devices. That's why the whiteboard has to evolve and go mobile."

"Today's recognition of Zamurai by Aragon Research as a leader in mobile collaboration reinforces the importance for today's enterprises of the shift to mobile-first solutions," said Michael Parker, CEO and founder of Zamurai. "In the mobile computing era, meetings and idea creation processes have changed, but the core tools for capturing and sharing ideas have not. Zamurai's success and appeal is based on the need for businesses to adopt new tools to help today's distributed, mobile teams collaborate."

To view a summary of the "Hot Vendors in the Video, Mobile and Real-time Collaboration" report, please click here.

To download a free version of the Zamurai Mobile Whiteboard app, please click here.

About Zamurai
Zamurai is building the mobile-first real time visual collaboration solution for today's business letting professionals capture and share their ideas and conversations on any device -- phone, tablet, or desktop. Founded in 2013, Zamurai is available exclusively on the Apple® App Store(SM), where it has been featured as a Best New Productivity App. Zamurai's mission is to enable businesses to capture ideas and discussions so they can be accessed anywhere, anytime. For more information, visit http://zamurai.com.

About Aragon Research
Aragon Research is the newest technology research and advisory firm. Aragon delivers high impact research and advisory services to provide enterprises the insight they need to help them make better technology and strategy decisions. Aragon Research serves business and IT leaders covering the Knowledge, Collaboration, Social, Content Management, Workplace, Mobile and Tablet, and Learning/Talent Management. The principals hold over 50 years of industry experience between them. Aragon Research is privately held. For more information, visit http://www.aragonresearch.com.

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