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Redbooth (Formerly Teambox) Partners With Barracuda to Integrate With Copy and SignNow

Team Collaboration Made Easier With Addition of File Sync, Sharing and eSignature Capabilities; Introductory Trial Offer Includes 5 Redbooth Licenses, 5 Copy Licenses, HD Videoconferencing, and eSignature for Free

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/14 -- Redbooth (formerly Teambox) today announced a partnership with Barracuda Networks, Inc. (NYSE: CUDA) to integrate Barracuda's Copy and SignNow within its unified collaboration platform for teams and companies.

Copy is Barracuda's file sync and share platform, with SignNow being the company's leading workflow and eSignature platform for business. The integration of both into Redbooth adds additional features to offer a single place for teams and companies to collaborate and get work done.

"Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do at Redbooth. Integrating Barracuda's industry-leading storage and eSignature solutions with our inclusive platform enables teams to digitally sign and store documents, contracts and more, further enhancing the productivity of our users," said Redbooth CEO Dan Schoenbaum.

Last month, Redbooth introduced dozens of new features in its namesake platform to reflect the greater demands of sophisticated business users. This integration further enhances the value Redbooth brings to organizations, including many Fortune 100 companies, looking to simplify the way they get work done. With this announcement, Redbooth customers can access free cloud storage via Copy and extend their collaborative efforts to include electronically-signed documents to improve workflow. This new offering is ideal for organizations that share contracts and documentation within and across multiple companies.

"Improving the customer experience is a top priority at Barracuda," said Rod Mathews, General Manager Storage, Barracuda. "Organizations need flexible solutions and structure that enable nimble collaboration. The Redbooth integration with Copy and SignNow is a natural fit and provides customers with a great way to simplify collaboration and improve overall workflow."

Positive feedback on Barracuda's integration with Redbooth has been immediate. Griffin Technology Director of E-Commerce Rachel Valosik said, "As much as organizations would love their employees to collaborate the same way, the fact is people work differently. With the addition of Copy, Redbooth is now more inclusive than ever, which increases our productivity and makes Redbooth even more compelling to use."

Rowbot Systems Vice President of Business Development Chris Reedy said, "Redbooth is a big part of how we get things done and capture organizational learning, as we're looking to revolutionize agriculture with Rowbots. As we're growing, our workflows are becoming more complex, so we're very excited to be able to add formal approvals via SignNow." He added, "This is the kind of thoughtful integration that gives us confidence that we can continue to accelerate our business using Redbooth."

Pricing and Availability
Copy and SignNow integrations are available immediately. Users can try Redbooth for free via the Redbooth website (http://www.redbooth.com).

Customers can sign up for free accounts on the Copy (http://www.copy.com) or SignNow (http://www.signnow.com) websites.

As an introductory offer through May 31, Barracuda and Redbooth have teamed up on the following trial package:

  • 3 months of Redbooth Pro for 5 users for free (giving users access to advanced reporting, HD videoconferences and screen-sharing, unlimited projects, group chat and more)
  • 3 months of Copy for Companies, including cloud storage, for 5 users for free
  • 3 months of the SignNow Team eSignature for 5 users for free

In addition, customers that sign up to more than one service can benefit from an additional 20% off additional licenses purchased. To take advantage of this offer go to: http://redbooth.com/l/barracuda-and-redbooth/

About Barracuda Networks, Inc. (NYSE: CUDA)
Barracuda provides cloud-connected security and storage solutions that simplify IT. These powerful, easy-to-use and affordable solutions are trusted by more than 150,000 organizations worldwide and are delivered in appliance, virtual appliance, cloud and hybrid deployments. Barracuda's customer-centric business model focuses on delivering high-value, subscription-based IT solutions that provide end-to-end network and data security. For additional information, please visit http://www.barracuda.com. Barracuda, Barracuda Networks, Copy, the Barracuda logo, and the Copy logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Barracuda Networks, Inc. in the U.S. or other countries.

About Redbooth
Redbooth (formerly Teambox) is a collaboration and communication platform that provides a single place for teams to collaborate and get work done. Redbooth is used by companies across the globe including Airbnb, Al Jazeera, Apple, AT&T, Avis, BBC, Canal+, Cisco, Discount Tire, Deutsche Telekom, Duke University, Harvard University, Intuit, Novartis, Spotify, Subaru, ReMax and Volkswagen Audi. Founded in Barcelona in 2008, the company is privately held and headquartered in Redwood City, California. For more information about Redbooth and a free trial, visit www.redbooth.com.

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