Atlanta ASP, MarketingCentral, Continues Rapid Growth
Press release from the issuing company
ATLANTA -- November 19, 2001 -- MarketingCentral, the leading provider of extranets specifically designed for marketing services agencies and marketing departments, today announced significant achievements in business results for the third quarter.
"For two years now, MarketingCentral has continued to grow, even in spite of the current economic conditions. Our monthly recurring license revenues, the key financial metric for an application service provider, have doubled since January. We continue to achieve and exceed the corporate goals we've established for the company," stated Bill McInerny, President and COO of MarketingCentral. "Along with adding a record number of new clients this quarter, our existing clients continue to expand their use of our applications, reaching record levels of usage last quarter. It is a real tribute to our people and the solutions we provide."
Among others, MarketingCentral's new clients include advertising and marketing services agencies Osborn & Barr, Esrock Partners, Nth Degree, Lowe Grob Health & Sciences, an Interpublic Group Company, and GCI.
Added David Ryan, CEO, "The sluggish economy has actually forced many agencies and marketing departments to focus on how to accomplish more with less. It's time to get back to basics; serving clients well and operating your business as efficiently as you can. Our solutions provide those benefits quickly and affordably."
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