Ektron

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Ektron
Type Private
Industry Software
Founded United States (1998)
Headquarters Nashua, NH
Key people William Rogers, CEO
Alpesh Patel, SVP, Technology
Brain Fanny, QA Tester
Tim McKinnon, President
Chip Greer, CSMO
Products Ektron Web Content Management, Marketing Optimization, Digital Experience Hub, Social Collaboration, eIntranet, eBlogtranet
Website www.ektron.com

Ektron is a privately held software company based in Nashua, New Hampshire. It provides web content management and blogging software. Ektron's primary products are CMS400.NET and Ektron Blog Hub, which are built on the Microsoft .NET Framework. Version 9.1 was released in April 2014.[1]

History[edit]

Ektron was founded in 1998. Its original product was eWebEditPro, a browser-based HTML editor.[2] Ektron entered the content management market in the early 2000s with the release of CMS100 and CMS200.[3] It moved to the Microsoft .NET platform with the release of CMS400.NET in 2003.[4]

Market[edit]

Ektron has received industry recognition including the 2012 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management,[5] the 2011 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Social Software,[6] and EContent Magazine’s Top 100 Companies that Matter Most.[7]

According to Ektron, more than 3700 organizations use Ektron Web Content Management.[8]

Competitors[edit]

Ektron primarily competes with Sitecore, Adobe, and EPiServer, and other Enterprise Web Content Management System providers

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