GMC Software Technology Announces 54 Percent Revenue Growth for 2006
Press release from the issuing company
February 15, 2007 – Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland – GMC Software Technology, the New Standard in personalized communications, today announced 54 percent revenue growth for 2006. In addition, new subsidiaries were opened in Canada and Brazil, with expansion of sales and service locations in Mexico, Canada, Japan, the USA, and throughout Europe. Personnel growth for 2006 was approximately 20 percent.
In 2006, GMC Software Technology also received top ratings from Madison Advisors in a landmark study of the document composition industry and announced strategic partnerships that significantly expanded the scope of the company’s offerings. Another major success during 2006 was the achievement of full ISO 9001:2000 certification for the company’s entire worldwide group of development, sales and support offices.
“Our remarkable growth shows that customers around the world continue to choose PrintNet software as their technology of choice for personalization strategies,” said Dr. René Müller, CEO of GMC Software Technology. “New sales and service locations, as well as the expansion of strategic partnerships have enabled us to expand in ways that bring the greatest value to customers. Additionally, our worldwide ISO 9001:2000 certification underscores our full commitment to provide customers with first-class, reliable products and services.”
GMC solidified its leadership in 2006 with recognition among the analyst community. In May, Madison Advisors ranked GMC Software Technology in its top tier of document composition software providers. GMC PrintNet software received top rating in both the “Document Composition Breadth of Solution” and “Document Composition Solutions Architecture” categories, and was cited for exceptional performance in a wide range of other categories including design and layout, multi-platform and output support, open standards, and web services for web interactivity and integration with enterprise systems.
In 2006, GMC also expanded its worldwide partnership program to bring its customers more capabilities for advanced personalization. New partnerships were formed with EMC Documentum, Kern, Ndex Technologies, and the company significantly increased the scope of partner programs with Compart, HP, Kodak, Océ, RSD, and Xerox.
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