Gliffy Gets Spiffy: World's Most Popular Online Diagramming Tool Gets A Makeover

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Our customers benefit from the enhanced look and feel of the application, as well as the ability to add even better looking symbols into their drawings.

Gliffy, maker of the world's most popular browser-based diagramming and flowchart tool, today launched a brand new user interface and improved network symbols for Gliffy Online, making it easier for the product's 400,000 users to integrate high-impact graphics into their communications.

The refreshed user interface is the latest in a series of moves the company has made recently to extend its lead as the online alternative to traditional platform-dependent and costly drawing tools. The new user interface equals the quality and experience of current desktop offerings, putting it on a collision course with competitors such as Microsoft Visio.

"The new user interface makes what we think is the best collaborative drawing tool even better," said Chris Kohlhardt, Gliffy's CEO and founder. "Our customers benefit from the enhanced look and feel of the application, as well as the ability to add even better looking symbols into their drawings."

Gliffy was the first company to provide a low-cost, simple and collaborative flowchart and diagramming alternative to a market that, until Gliffy, had few competitive options. Gliffy's cloud-based application makes information visible and easier to understand. Over the past two years, the company has amassed a passionate customer base that reflects a cross-section of users from academia, enterprise, software development, and business.

For a full list of updates to Gliffy Online, please visit http://jira.gliffy.com/browse/GLIFFY/fixforversion/10101.

About Gliffy
Gliffy is the industry leader in online, shareable flowcharts and diagrams. Gliffy's intuitive drag-and-drop interface combines the power of traditional desktop software with the lightweight, low learning curve and flexible features of today's most popular browser-based applications. More than 750 companies and more than one million people use the company's cloud-based software to communicate more effectively and at drastically lower costs than traditional CD-based programs, making it the world's most popular online flowchart and diagramming tool. Gliffy's customers include some of the biggest names in technology, banking, government and academia, including thousands of Confluence users at IBM, Bank of America, Mapquest, Merck and Ford.

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