Alexandria, VA, June 11, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Bitrix, Inc., a technology trendsetter in web-base business communications, celebrates its 12th anniversary as it continues to see strong growth in its global business development and outlines plans for the future.
Since its foundation in 1998, Bitrix has shown an impressive track record in development of quality website management and intranet solutions. Twelve years ago the company founders established a start-up enterprise with a sole mission to revolutionize the existing web applications field and create high-quality products ideally suited to small and medium-sized organizations. Nowadays, Bitrix is widely-known for its highly-secure, feature-rich, yet easy-to-use solutions that allow customers fast and painless launch of their online presence and effective web communications.
The company was the first to develop many website and intranet features that either became industry standards or are still considered to be standard-bearers. Bitrix PRO+PRO™ security framework is an unparalleled technology encompassing the protection techniques vital for sustainable operation of your web projects. The D.I.G. enterprise search engine offers unique cross-content, multi-lingual data discovery capability, tremendously simplifying location of information. The company was also the first to integrate video conferencing in its intranet solution, as well as allowing easy data structuring using Infoblock technology and pioneering many other valuable features required for the effective bridging of businesses with their customers, partners and employees online.
Bitrix has grown from a minor, locally-oriented startup company into an international team of 80+ professionals with 4,000+ partners and 30,000+ clients worldwide. The company has earned a strong positive reputation on the global scale with an impressive list of customers including Epson, Toshiba, Hyundai, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Panasonic and Volkswagen. Recent initiatives in moving Enterprise 2.0 to the Cloud confirm Bitrix’ commitment to spearheading technological advances in the market and to offering customers a wide range of flexible deployment options.
Despite the 2008-2009 economic downturn, the company demonstrated significant business growth indicators, dispelling the common perception of the total software market collapse. Early 2010 financial results, supported by new product releases, international business development and technological initiatives, have superseded the most optimistic expectations.
"We follow a very ambitious mission for mass adoption of web technologies that were previously used only in the corporate environment. We fight “pricey and complicated,” converting them to “affordable and easy” and making Enterprise 2.0 advantages available for a wide range of SMB customers," said Dmitry Valyanov, President of Bitrix, Inc.