TORONTO, Canada — North Plains Systems, Inc., the world’s leading provider of digital asset management (DAM) and rich media asset management (MAM) software solutions, today announced record revenue growth and customer acquisition during the 2008 calendar year. North Plains won a record number of new customers in 2008 – an increase of 42-percent year-over-year and forecasts continued growth in the coming year, driven in part by a strong demand for TeleScope(TM), North Plains’ award-winning digital and rich media management platform.
TeleScope platformNorth Plains continued to dominate the print and publishing markets while at the same time making sizable gains in the media, entertainment and broadcast, education and agency verticals – reaffirming its position as the world’s largest independent DAM solutions provider. “2008 represents a milestone year for North Plains. We solidified our position as the de facto DAM solution provider by successfully introducing several new product innovations that meet the challenges of small agile agencies to global-reaching, multi-national organizations,” said Hassan Kotob, President and CEO, North Plains Systems, Inc. “We set our sights on making TeleScope the most advanced DAM platform on the market and more than achieved that objective. Our 2009 plan includes increasing this technology gap by further enhancing TeleScope’s functionality to better help our customers effectively distribute and monetize their digital assets.” In spite of current economic conditions, the global demand for Digital Asset Management systems is expected to triple by 2013, according to a new forecast by ABI Research.
In 2008, North Plains witnessed a 34-percent increase in the total number of system design requests (RFPs), further validating the demand for its TeleScope platform. Adding significant expertise across all parts of the organization, including sales, support and professional services, North Plains is now best positioned to respond to this growing demand.
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