CrownPeak

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CrownPeak
Type Private
Industry Content Management Systems, Collaborative software, Application Service Provider
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Key people Chief Executive Officer:
Jim Howard

Chief Product Officer:
Carl Sutter

Chief Technology Officer:
Adrian Newby

Chief Operating Officer:
Jim Yares

Chief Financial Officer:
Sam Sippl

Chief Information Officer:
J. Patrick Desbrow
Website www.crownpeak.com

CrownPeak is a privately held developer of cloud-based content management software. The primary customers of its products and services are company marketers and public relations representatives. The company's flagship product is a software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based content management system (CMS).

Company History[edit]

The company was founded in 2001 as CrownPeak Technology, Inc. and is based in Los Angeles, California, in the United States. According to regulatory filings, CrownPeak has raised "around $12.0M" in three rounds of funding[1][2][3] Investors highlighted in the announcements include Sigma Partners, Altos Ventures, and SunAmerica Ventures.

CMS Capabilities[edit]

The SaaS-based CMS operates on all web servers and platforms[4] including mobile devices that support WebKit-based browsers such as those found on the iPhone and Android phones.[5] The SaaS CMS business model is focused on enabling non-technical individuals to manage and publish content,[6] as an alternative to the IT-centric model of on-premise web content management.[7] "Since Marketing will be signing the checks, those small sales could lead to much bigger ones down the line - threatening the long-term prospects of the traditional vendors."[8] Web analytics, site-search, and content versioning with rollback are among the features of the CMS.[9][10] The CrownPeak CMS includes over 60 out of the box[11] plug-ins to integrate with either custom tags or separate embedded UI's representing Web Analytics, Social Media, CRM, Document Management, among other services.

CMS User Interface[edit]

Developed using Silverlight,[12] the what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) editing and single-screen dashboard presented by the CrownPeak CMS user interface[13] enables online teams to collaborate in the development and publishing of content.[14]

Company Services[edit]

CrownPeak services include development, implementation, training, support, and consulting.[15]

Recognition[edit]

In 2011 CrownPeak was nominated a Finalist at the American Business Awards for Best Product Development team.[16]

Gartner named CrownPeak a “Visionary” in its 2014 Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management. CrownPeak as the only multi-tenant cloud WCM platform evaluated in the report.[17]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Park, Roger. "Media Motion: For the Record (03/31/06)." iMediaConnection. iMedia Communications, Inc., 31 March 2006. Web 22 Jan. 2014
  2. ^ Ha, Anthony. "VentureBeat | News About Tech, Money and Innovation." VentureBeat. VentureBeat. 09 June 2008. Web 01 Nov. 2013
  3. ^ Top News. "CrownPeak Raises $1.75M in Series C." socaltech.com. SOCALTECH LLC., 22 Sep. 2010. Web 01 Nov. 2013
  4. ^ Johnston, Mike. "CMS Critic." CMS Critic. 2013. Web 01 Nov. 2013
  5. ^ Miller, Ron. "FierceContentManagement." FierceMarkets, 08 Feb. 2010. Web 04 Nov. 2013
  6. ^ "Top 10 Web Content Management Software Vendors REVEALED - 2012 Edition." p 25. Business-Software.com, 06 Aug. 2012. Web 30 Dec. 2013
  7. ^ "CrownPeak Technology." Wellington Financial. Wellington Financial LP, n.d. Web 04 Nov. 2013
  8. ^ Foster, Cormac. "SaaS: Enterprise Software Vendors Are Still Denying Reality." ReadWrite. Say Media Inc., 12 Dec. 2012. Web 30 Dec. 2013
  9. ^ Business-Software.com, p.26
  10. ^ "2014 Edition - Top 10 Web Content Management Software Report." p 3. Business-Software.com, 2014 Edition. Web 6 Jan. 2014
  11. ^ Johnston, Mike. "CMS Critic." CMS Critic, 2013. Web 31 Dec. 2013
  12. ^ Zinck, Barb Mosher. "CMSWire.com." Simpler Media Group, Inc., 16 Nov. 2011. Web 31 Oct. 2013
  13. ^ Johnston, Mike. "CMS Critic", CMS Critic, 02 Dec. 2011. Web 01 Nov. 2013
  14. ^ "CMSWire.com", 16 Nov. 2011.
  15. ^ Business-Software.com, p.25
  16. ^ Johnston, Mike. "CMS Critic." CMS Critic, 26 May 2011. Web 01 Nov. 2013
  17. ^ "Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management" Gartner, Inc., 09 October 2014.

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