Kentico, the ASP.Net-based Web CMS out of Europe is expanding. Providing a strong CMS that offers structured content management, Kentico is thriving in this global economic situation plaguing much more than just the U.S. and Europe.For those not familiar with Kentico, it offers a fully integrated WYSIWYG, a content tree and content organization, built in page templates and more.
In an effort to better establish themselves in North America and better serve their American markets, Kentico has opened an office in Nashua, New Hampshire. According to Kentico CEO, Petr Palas, “Opening a U.S. office was an obvious step since half of our clients come from North America…”
So despite economic frailty spanning the Atlantic and beyond, Kentico opens an entire new office to solidify its place in a market where many have been forced to close doors.
New Director of Business Development - North America
Alongside the announcement of the new office, Kentico has also announced the appointment of Eric Webb as Director of Business Development in North America. Webb has over 9 years of enterprise web sales experience.
“Kentico's new US operations will reinforce its dedication to client satisfaction and will allow us to more effectively expand and support our committed partners and developer community in North America," says Webb.
With a struggling global market, Kentico seems to be on the right track to continue establishing itself as a global Web CMS force to contend with. After two big announcements, it will be interesting to see what the Czech Republic based corporation will do next.
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