|Industry||Software & Web Content Management & Web 2.0 Collaboration|
|Successor||Oracle Corporation (acquired FatWire 2011)|
|Founded||New York, USA (1996)|
|Headquarters||Mineola, New York|
|Yogesh Gupta, CEO|
|Products||FatWire Content Server
FatWire Community Server
FatWire Gadget Server
FatWire Mobility Server
FatWire Content Integration Platform
Number of employees
|Slogan||Web Content Management Meets Enterprise 2.0|
|Website||Oracle and FatWire|
FatWire Software was a privately held company selling web content management system software. It was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2011, and its products rolled up into Oracle's WebCenter product lines.
- 1996: Established by Mark Fasciano, Ari Kahn and John Murcott,
- 2003: Acquired Open Market's Enterprise web content management assets including Content Server from divine, originally founded as FutureTense.
- 2004: Launched Content Server 6.0 WCM software
- 2007: Yogesh Gupta was named President and CEO in August, acquired Infostoria in October, launched their strategy for Web Experience Management in November.
- 2010: FatWire and EMC Corporation announced a partnership in which EMC will resell FatWire's products as their strategic Web Experience Management solution. In return FatWire acquired the rights to resell EMC's digital asset management software,.
- 2011: On June 21, 2011, Oracle announced it was acquiring FatWire Software. The acquisition was completed in July 2011 with the assistance of Bingham McCutchen
- 2012: In February 2012 Oracle releases Oracle WebCenter 11gR1 (184.108.40.206.0) incorporating WebCenter Sites - the new name for Fatwire Content Server.
FatWire's revenue for 2009 has been estimated to be around $40M by Real Story Group.
- Barb Mosher (Feb. 16, 2010) [EMC Replaces their WCM with FatWire's Web Experience Management] 
- Sharon Fisher (Jan. 13, 2010) FatWire introduces WEM framework 
- Richard V. Dragan (July 1, 2001) Elegant Content Management, PC Magazine (UpdateEngine5 review)
- Mark Gibbs (January 5, 2004) FatWire serves content big time Network World (covers their product line as of 2004)
- Oracle FatWire Acquisition
- FatWire acquires divine's content management line. (BI News Review)
- FatWire Software: Content Management Takes a divine Turn (page 2)
- Bettering brand management, KMWorld, Feb 17, 2010
- Bingham Closes FatWire Acquisition for Oracle
- Best Fatwire and WebCenter Sites Resources
- Would EMC really buy FatWire?, Real Story Group