There are several key reasons for that shift:
- Partnership with Red Hat. Clearly Red Hat taking our product to market on a worldwide basis, having the resources to meet the needs of the largest customers is a big win.
- Benjamin Mestrallet, the founder and CEO, moved to the US and opened an office in San Francisco. This has helped spur new relationships (some announced and many in the works) as well as visibility in the world market.
- Funding to allow us to expand and meet the additional worldwide demands and build out our new technology.
- eXo Platform 3.0. The product launch last month was met with rave reviews and fulfills the vision we set out to accomplish - to build the foundations for the next generation User Experience Platform.
The solutions provided by eXo Platform 3.0 are also complete and integrated - no need to get a separate Portal and Web Content Management product and glue them together yourself. In addition, solutions for Social Intranet, Collaboration and Knowledge Management are tightly integrated.
We are having fun bringing some life back into this market.