Atcom

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ATCOM S.A.
Public Company
S.A. (corporation)
Industry Software & Programming, content management, portal,
Founded 1997
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Area served
World
Key people
Kostas Theotokas, Founder
Argiris Papageorgiou, Founder
Thomas Roumbas, Chairman
Kyriakos Komvoteas, COO
Nikos Liokalos, Head of R&D
Products Netvolution, Tapvolution
Number of employees
136
Website www.atcom.gr

Atcom is a Web development agency based in Greece. The primary products of Atcom are Netvolution, a web content management system and Tapvolution, a mobile content management system, both of which use the .Net Framework. Atcom has its headquarters in Athens, with offices in Thessaloniki and London.

Education[edit]

Netvolution, Atcom's content management system is being taught as a module at the Department of Informatics, of the University of Piraeus.

History[edit]

  • Founded 1997.
  • ATCOM becomes a Societe Anonyme and a member of the Dionic Group of companies, listed in the Athens Stock Exchange, 2000.
  • The first version of Netvolution is introduced, 2003. The second version follows on 2006
  • ATCOM expands its international presence to London, U.K.,[1] 2008
  • Atcom proceeded on the acquisition of Mindworks.[2] Mindworks is an award-winning Digital Marketing Agency. The third version of Netvolution is introduced and Atcom becomes a Gold Certified Partner of Microsoft.[3]
  • Atcom acquired the Linkwise network.[4] Linkwise is a Greek performance marketing and affiliate network, 2010
  • Atcom launch the first version of their mobile content management system, Tapvolution, 2010
  • Atcom wins the Business IT Award, for the specialization in Content Management Systems,[5] 2012
  • Atcom wins two e-volution Awards, for best Ecommerce and M-Commerce platforms,[6] 2012
  • UXlab is introduced as a new business unit of ATCOM, focusing on Usabitily and User Experience services, 2012
  • For the second time in a row, Atcom wins a Business IT Award for the specialization in Content Management Systems,[7] 2013

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Incorporation of Atcom Internet and Multimedia Ltd headquartered in Great Britain." (PDF). Dionic Group of Companies Stock Exchange Release. February 14, 2008. 
  2. ^ "Atcom buys Mindworks". Imerisia Newspaper. June 5, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Atcom becomes a Gold Certified Partner of Microsoft". June 3, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Atcom acquires Linkwise". WTM News. June 17, 2010. 
  5. ^ "Business IT Excellence (BITE) Awards 2012". NetWeek. July 5, 2012. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. 
  6. ^ "e-Volution Awards 2013: The winners". Marketing Week. December 6, 2012. 
  7. ^ "The winners of the BITE Awards 2013". Net Week. July 12, 2013. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04.