London-based Content management platform vendor, VYRE (news, site), has continued its run, producing record figures in 2009. The company offers a solution which blends content management, digital asset management and marketing operations. Here are the crisis defying details.
In The Money
We noted last year that British company VYRE was doing very well in the face of recession. The company has continued its strong performance to record record revenues for the full year with total revenue up 78% on 2008. As a private company, exact figures aren't available but with recent client additions including Royal Dutch Shell to the likes of Nokia and Virgin Holidays, things certainly seem to be going well.
Responding to the results, chief executive Andy Peters:
VYRE Unify has been winning favours particularly in the recent tough economic climate. This is because it is the only technology solution that is purpose–built to deliver content management, marketing resource management, digital asset management and multi-channel publishing in a single seamless package. This delivers clients a real competitive advantage through a quicker time to market and high value by eradicating content bottlenecks and driving down costs.
Unify Your Market
The latest update of Unify was launched back in November and added support for Portlet Standard 2.0, WebDAV and updated LDAP support. Performance improvements were also made with the addition of a new XML generation engine, and bundling of CSS and Script files to boost speed.
Unify comprises a content core, enterprise search system, media server and portal in one platform. This allows companies to create websites, manage media, run federated searches and build portals. It can be used for internal and external facing sites and can be applied to most markets.
VYRE also keeps one of the better corporate blogs, which makes for interesting reading on a range of related subjects.