Day Expands U.S. Operations, Opens New Headquarters in Boston
Leading Content Management Vendor Relocates to Fuel 2010 Growth Plans
BOSTON, Mass. - Day Software (SIX: DAYN, OTCQX: DYIHY), a leading provider of content management and content infrastructure software, today announced the relocation of its U.S. headquarters from Newport Beach, Calif. to Boston, Mass. Day’s new Boston headquarters will serve as a hub for sales, marketing, and services to support Day’s growing business in the U.S. and be the primary location for Day’s U.S.-based senior executive staff. Day is celebrating the new location today with a grand opening event hosted by Day’s executive team at 320 Congress Street in Boston’s Seaport District, adjacent to Boston’s Waterfront and Financial Districts. Day’s Newport Beach operations continue as the company’s regional office for the West Coast.
Day has seen significant growth in the U.S. market in 2009. Following the release of its award-winning CQ5 platform, Day reported record customer adoption in H1 2009 and break-out license revenue growth of 70 percent in Q3 2009. Day’s growth in the U.S. market has been propelled by the addition of marquee customer accounts over the course of 2009, including Adobe, General Motors (GM), Newsweek, U.S. Army, RosettaStone, Ingersoll-Rand, Arbella, Newedge Group, Nemours Foundation, National Rural Utilities Cooperative, RAND Corporation, University of Cincinnati, University of Buffalo and Boston College. Day also experienced significant growth as a result of expanded deployments within its installed based with major re-orders from such customers as City of Chicago, F5 Networks, Williams-Sonoma, and Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG).
“Fueled by our ongoing success in the U.S., relocating our expanded headquarters to Boston signals the next stage of our growth,” said Erik Hansen, CEO of Day Software. “Boston has a thriving technology ecosystem and is the ideal place for our U.S. operations. We are very much looking forward to joining and collaborating with the community of innovators in the area.”
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