Art Technology Group
|Headquarters||Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States|
|Bob Burke, CEO|
|Revenue||US$179M (FY 2009)|
|US$16.8M (FY 2009)|
|US$16.8M (FY 2009)|
|Total assets||US$214M (FY 2009)|
|Total equity||US$136M (FY 2009)|
Number of employees
Art Technology Group (ATG) was an independent Internet technology company specializing in eCommerce software and on-demand optimization applications until its acquisition by Oracle on January 5, 2011. ATG continues to be based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and operates under its own name as a subsidiary of Oracle. The company is a provider of eCommerce software and related on-demand commerce optimization applications. ATG's solutions provide merchandising, marketing, content personalization, automated recommendations, and live-help services.
Corporate history, acquisitions
1991-1996: ATG delivered consulting services for building Web sites
1997-1998: ATG transitioned to a software company offering several products including an Application Server and an e-commerce platform.
1999: ATG made its initial public offering.
2005: ATG completed the integration of the Primus applications onto the ATG Web marketing and ecommerce software platform
- Art Technology Group (ARTG) annual SEC income statement filing via Wikinvest.
- Art Technology Group (ARTG) annual SEC balance sheet filing via Wikinvest.
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- Oracle buys ATG