Founded in 2010.
350,000+ API calls monthly.
24,000 users in over 80 countries
GroupDocs creates easy to use, comprehensive online document management APIs for .NET, Java and Cloud, as well as a range of Cloud apps that improve document collaboration for organizations of any size.
GroupDocs saves developers and end users time and money by offering a complete and powerful set of document management APIs allowing users to view, sign, annotate, compare, convert and assemble documents in a wide variety of formats, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio, as well as Adobe Acrobat PDF and many image formats. Flexible workflows and easy-to-use, customizable user interfaces are part of the package.
GroupDocs's vision is a world where developers can build apps that allow users to collaborate and share documents seamlessly, regardless of where they are or what platform they are consuming content on. GroupDocs builds document management APIs and apps that make collaboration secure, fast, scalable and easy.
GroupDocs was founded in 2010 when we recognized that there was a gap in the market for easy to use, comprehensive online document management developer APIs. Document management – whether it's gathering signatures, sharing documents or collaborating to improve content – should be easy but often isn't.
Our goal is to make the lives of developers who work with documents easier by giving them tools that save them time and effort.
GroupDocs is a division of Aspose Pty Ltd, a leading file format API vendor. Aspose creates tools that software engineers use to work with file formats in the applications they build. Aspose has supported the developer community since 2002 and has over 14,000 customers in 105 countries. GroupDocs benefits from Aspose's experience, stability and award winning technology.
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"After implementing and using GroupDocs Viewer for .NET in the project it looks to be working very well. I have tested with a lot of documents and so far so good. Everything I've thrown at it renders nicely and looks just as good as it would in a PDF viewer or MS Word."
Mats Oustad, Senior Consultant/Partner, Novanet AS
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