WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - Oct 10, 2012) - Metalogix Software, the trusted provider of content lifecycle management solutions for Microsoft® SharePoint®, Exchange® and Cloud platforms, today announced its selection as the fastest growing software company in the Washington, D.C. metro area on The Washington Business Journal's Annual List of 50 Fastest Growing Companies. Metalogix was 13th overall and the only software company to make the prestigious list, which evaluates companies based on year-over-year revenue growth from 2009, 2010 and 2011.
"This distinction as the fastest growing software company in the Washington, D.C. area is a tremendous accomplishment for our company," said Steven Murphy, CEO, Metalogix. "We are able to achieve our record-breaking growth thanks to more than 5,000 loyal customers around the world, an extensive partner network and hard-working, dedicated employees. Our commitment to creating breakthrough software to improve how organizations organize, store and access vast amounts of content has proven to be a successful strategy."
Metalogix moved its headquarters to Washington, D.C. in 2010 and has helped fuel the area's rapid rise in the technology sector. In September, Indeed.com released a survey that named Washington, D.C. the best city in the United States for software developer jobs. Earlier this year, Forbes Magazine declared that Washington, D.C. is the second-best city in the country for technology jobs, with a 20.6% increase since 2001.
"This year, several respected outlets have named the Washington, D.C. metro area as a true leader for technology innovation in the United States and Metalogix is at the forefront of that movement," said Murphy. "Since 2010, we have hired more than 60 new employees to our Washington, D.C. headquarters and will invest in the best talent to further boost our growth in 2012 and beyond."
The rapid growth of Metalogix is driven by a suite of solutions that enhances the use and performance of Microsoft SharePoint, which is the content and collaboration platform of choice for innovative organizations. Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint is the de facto standard to upgrade SharePoint and consolidate file shares in SharePoint. Metalogix StoragePoint is the leading Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) solution to decrease SharePoint storage costs. Metalogix Replicator for SharePoint is the trend-setting SharePoint replication solution to synchronize SharePoint content in real-time across multiple environments.
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Metalogix is the trusted provider of innovative content lifecycle management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms. We deliver high-performance solutions to scale and cost-effectively manage, migrate, store, archive and protect enterprise content. Metalogix provides 24/7 live support to thousands of customers and strategic partners and is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a managed partner in Microsoft's High Potential ISV Group and GSA provider. Metalogix is a privately held company backed by Insight Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners. For more information, please visit www.metalogix.com. To find current openings at Metalogix, visit www.metalogix.com/careers
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