Vuzit (pronounced views-it) is a Philadelphia-based software company that is addressing the need for a universal, yet enterprise-level, method for sharing, viewing and controlling documents, images and other sensitive content on the web.
Organizations are increasingly faced with the technical complexity, legal liabilities and risks associated with sharing documents containing sensitive information online, such as financial records, business contracts, copyrighted material and medical data. Regulatory bodies and organizations are clamoring for better control and monitoring over their valuable information. At the same time, the Internet and the advent of products such as the PDF file, are making document distribution easier, but less secure.
The Vuzit family of products addresses these needs, with products built for the small business as well as the multinational giant. The Vuzit DocuPub Platform is a robust, standards-based set of APIs, Web Services and libraries that enable you to embed over 40 different file types in your website or application. The Vuzit Platform contains dozens of features to help control how documents and content are accessed online. Vuzit SecureVu, available mid-2009, allows you superior distribution control over documents in and out of the corporate firewall.
Funding Rounds (3) - $350kUpdate
Board Members and Advisors (2)Update
Vuzit's flagship product is the Vuzit DocuPub Platform, which enables universal electronic document sharing, distribution control, and
_Available mid-2009_ Vuzit SecureVu is a feature-rich application built on the Vuzit DocuPub Platform which helps organizations manage the
|Jul 2, 2015||accusoft.com - Accusoft Announces the Acquisition of Vuzit - Accusoft|
|Jul 26, 2011||Mashable - The Pros and Cons of Moving Your Business Into the Cloud|
|May 15, 2009||archive.constantcontact.com - Robin Hood Ventures Invests in Vuzit|
|Mar 23, 2009||TechCrunch - DreamIt Incubator Holds Funding Day To Commemorate First Graduating Class|
3701 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104