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BroadVision NASDAQ: BVSN is an international software vendor of self-service web applications for enterprise social software, electronic commerce, Enterprise Portals, CRM. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California, United States. It was founded in 1993 by Pehong Chen. The company's initial public offering was in 1996.
BroadVision was a pioneer in eCommerce in the 1990s, and its stock was a high flyer during the dot-com bubble, reaching a split-adjusted high of over $20,000 per share in March 2000. After the bubble bust, Broadvision struggled, and its stock was delisted from the Nasdaq for a period. One of BroadVision's most famous clients during the dot com bubble was pets.com. Current customers include Asda, Circuit City, City of Chicago, Club Med, Gwinnett County, ING Group, Long's Drugs, Pillsbury Winthrop, Rand McNally, RS Components, State of California, Indian Railways, Highmark Insurance, and Medco Health Solutions.