MindTouch Reports Outstanding Growth, Increased Momentum in the Social Enterprise Marketplace

MindTouch Primed to Accelerate Market Expansion as It Achieves Segment Leading Customer Growth and Market Successes

SANTA CLARA, Calif. & SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MindTouch, the company behind the most sophisticated wiki available today is delivering the most full-featured application platform. MindTouch Deki Wiki, which empowers everyday users to create real-time reports and integrate systems quickly, while preserving IT governance, has set major new benchmarks for company growth in the most recent calendar quarter ending March 31. This quarter was MindTouch's largest ever with respect to sales, revenue, and enterprise deployments and is the fifth consecutive quarter of increasing sales. MindTouch is showcasing Deki Wiki this week at the MySQL Conference and Expo in the DotOrg Pavilion, which is located in the Expo Hall.

“MindTouch has emerged as the clear frontrunner in the social enterprise space. The alignment of market demand fit perfectly with our unparalleled product offerings”

Impressive Corporate Growth

In less than two years, MindTouch has gained mass global adoption in several enterprise market segments from media publishers, software, CE, online businesses, research/education institutions to U.S. government agencies and armed forces. With strong global partners and established commercial integrators in more than six countries MindTouch achieved significant increases in key corporate performance measures, including number of new clients added, enterprise deployments, resellers, and consumer downloads. Some of the impressive growth benchmarks include:

  • Resellers in Germany, Spain, Sweden, Poland and Japan, - 400 percent increase
  • Over 200,000 active installs - 100 percent increase
  • Installs on all major Linux distributions 600 percent increase
  • More than 3,000 registered members at the developer community - 30 percent increase
  • Translated into 16 languages - 500 percent increase

MindTouch saw a rise in enterprise deployments across its portfolio of Fortune 500 industry clients. Representative clients include many industry leaders, such as:

  • FedEx
  • Fujitsu
  • Siemens
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Gannette
  • U.S. Army
  • Department of Defense
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • City Of Los Angeles
  • EMC

Many industry analysts, including Gartner, have projected wikis will be used by more than half of the world's enterprises by the end of 2009.

MindTouch has emerged as the clear frontrunner in the social enterprise space. The alignment of market demand fit perfectly with our unparalleled product offerings," said Aaron Fulkerson MindTouch CEO and founder. "Our adoption rate and increase in enterprise deployments coupled with continued market expansion has set the stage for strong, sustained growth in 2008 and beyond."

About MindTouch

MindTouch, recognized the world over for innovation beyond open source wiki collaboration and content management to delivering a leading edge application integration and development platform. MindTouch Deki Wiki, built with a Web Oriented Architecture (WOA), enables users to connect teams, enterprise systems, Web services and Web 2.0 applications with IT governance. Users easily access and organize data and systems efficiently to achieve their business objectives.

MindTouch Deki Wiki is deployed by Fortune 500 companies, major media, research/education institutions, government agencies, and online businesses worldwide. Customers include Microsoft, Fujitsu, Siemens, Gannette, FedEx, U.S. Army, DoD, and others. MindTouch is committed to delivering next generation solutions to people, businesses and governments. For more information about our company, people and innovations, visit http://mindtouch.com/.


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