This marks the seventh time that Ektron has been named to the EContent “Top 100.”
“One thing that was clear during our judging was the public’s increasing need for tools to effectively deliver digital content,” noted Michelle Manafy, editor-in-chief of EContent Magazine. “Companies such as Ektron which can deliver solutions capable of addressing that need are the ones who made the cut for the EContent Top 100.”
“We’re extremely pleased to be recognized as one of the Top 100 companies in digital content,” said Bill Rogers, Ektron's chief executive officer and founder. “Ektron is dedicated to being a company continually operating on the front lines of web content management and in providing the features customers want to better drive revenue, lower costs and engage their audiences.”
EContent Magazine is the “go-to” resource for content professionals and executives to gain insight into the latest content technologies, tools and trends. The magazine’s website features daily blog updates as well as breaking news, weekly analytical news features and guest columns by content industry thought leaders. EContent Magazine’s “Top 100” list for 2010-11 can be found online.
By integrating web content management (WCM), marketing optimization and social software, Ektron’s software and solutions improve operational efficiency, drive revenue growth and build customer loyalty. Ektron empowers marketers to create, publish and optimize web content that engages, converts and retains customers. Developers benefit from Ektron's extensibility and commitment to the Microsoft .NET framework. Headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, with offices in Australia, Canada, Singapore and the United Kingdom, Ektron has more than 8,000 customers worldwide including Carnegie Hall, Diageo, Home Depot, International Chamber of Commerce, Kodak, Microsoft, NASDAQ, National Health Services UK, Saint-Gobain, The Law Society, and the University of Notre Dame. For more information, please visit ektron.com, ektron.co.uk or ektron.com.au/.
EContent magazine targets the creators, managers, buyers, and sellers of digital content. Today, we are all publishers; organizations of all types must master digital content creation, management, delivery, and findability in order to succeed. From website information and marketing content, to YouTube and corporate communication videos; be it professionally or customer created or crowdsourced; delivered on your website, via mobile and other emerging digital devices, or via search or social media channels—digital content is the lifeblood of organizations of all kinds. Thus, everyone from enterprises to traditional publishers must stay abreast of the best practices and emerging trends and tools in order to make the most of their digital content assets. Focused on content creation, management, delivery, and search, EContent magazine and EContentmag.com keep CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, business managers, content strategists, and information and knowledge professionals ahead of the curve so that they can maximize their investment in digital content.
Erica Burns, PAN Communications
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