Exstream Software, Inc. announced today it has unveiled a new logo that reflects the company’s position as a global leader in enterprise personalization solutions. The new logo effectively communicates Exstream’s swift evolution as a company that continually expands its product lines and evolves to meet changing enterprise technology needs.
The logo is a stylized “e” that represents a continuous and efficient exchange and flow of information between an enterprise and its customers. The dark and light images are comparable to a mirror image, symbolizing how Exstream’s solutions seamlessly fit into a company’s existing environment to provide a comprehensive platform for enhancing the quality and consistency of its customer communications.
“The new logo represents an exciting time for our company,” said Davis Marksbury, president and CEO of Exstream Software. “We have just celebrated our most successful year in the history of the company on many fronts. It seems fit to adopt a logo that effectively communicates our continued growth, innovation and performance. I want to thank our customers, business partners and our talented employees for making Exstream an organization that continually exhibits a forward-thinking outlook in all that we do.”
Exstream Software rounded out 2004 with award-winning accomplishments and its most significant growth to date. In addition to being ranked #180 of America’s 500 fastest growing private companies by Inc. magazine, Exstream grew revenue 50 percent over 2003 and expanded the number of enterprises using its software to over 300. Additionally, the company continued its global expansion by adding an office in the United Kingdom and forging new business partnerships in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
The new logo will be incorporated into all corporate identity applications over the next few months.
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