EPiServer uses market momentum to go public

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Stan Woods

27. 01. 2010 | 1 min read

EPiServer uses market momentum to go public

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We just learned that our client EPiserver is preparing to go public on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.

The company offers the best Microsoft .Net CMS on the planet (running nearly 10,000 websites worldwide for almost 3000 customers), along with tools for social media, eCommerce, marketing and sales and event and meeting management. The result: some really impressive numbers over recent years:

–Average growth of 35% per annum over the last five years

–License revenue growth of 49% in 2009 in the teeth of the downturn

–Revenues a spit away from $30m.

The company entered the US market in mid-2009 and has developed a huge community of partners providing add-on apps, plug-ins and extra functionality via its EPiMore programme and an open-source-like community with over 8500 members, called EPiServer World. Best of all, they are really top people that we’ve enjoyed working with on positioning and messaging and thought leadership over the last couple of years.

If you’re looking to move your web estate onto a new platform, you should check EPiServer out.

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