Kentico Software

Kentico Software

Kentico was founded by Petr Palas in Brno, Czech Republic on June 2004 aiming to bring modern digital marketing capabilities to all businesses. Over time, it became a provider of content management system software (CMS) platform such as ASP.NET and e-commerce. This allows customers to create cutting-edge websites and optimize its digital customers’ experiences fully across multiple channels.

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HQ Location
Czech Republic
Year Founded
2004
Employees
170
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