|Headquarters||Burlington, Massachusetts, Reading, England, Portland, OR, Washington, DC, USA, Great Britain|
|Key people||Tom Erickson (CEO)
Dries Buytaert (CTO)
Acquia Cloud Site Factory
|Employees||400 (January 2013)|
Growth and market presence
In a May 2013 press release, the company stated that it has over 3,800 enterprise customers; that its hosting services handle over 2.5 billion HTTP requests per month; and that year over year revenue grew 108 percent between 2012 and 2013. On August 21, 2012, Acquia was named #8 on the Inc. (magazine) 500 list for 2012, the #1 software company and #8 company in Boston. On August 22, 2013, Inc. (magazine) 500 fastest growing private companies list, Acquia was ranked #8 in Software and overall #109 in the list.
Its chief products are:
- Acquia Network: Access to web services, tools, knowledge library, and human support.
- Acquia Cloud Drupal PaaS
- Acquia Cloud Site Factory
- Drupal Gardens: a SaaS to design, build, and host Drupal-based sites through a web browser.
- Free downloadable software: Acquia Dev Desktop, Acquia Drupal, and Acquia Drupal Commons.
- Professional services: Consulting, training, and remote administration.
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- "Acquia Lands $30 Million Series E To Scale Out Its Enterprise Drupal Development Platform". boston.com. 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2011-09-01.
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- "America's 10 Fastest Growing Private Companies". inc.com. 2011-04-21.
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