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Adeptia Announces 75% Revenue Increase for 2012 Calendar Year

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

Adeptia, a leading provider of innovative cloud and on-premise business process integration solutions, today announced a 75 percent revenue growth in 2012 contributing to record profitability for the third consecutive year. The increased revenue is a result of new customer deals, expansion within the existing customer base, and new OEM partnerships.

Adeptia was also recently recognized by Enterprise Management
Associates as a “Value Leader” in the 2012 Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) Radar™ for Integration Technologies for Hybrid Cloud: Q4 2012 report, for Adeptia’s Enterprise Business Integration Management Suite. EMA also honored the company with a Recognition Award for “Best Integration Workflow Functionality.”

Corporate Growth

Adeptia’s 2012 revenue increase follows a record year in 2011 where revenue grew 88% compared to 2010. The company has also significantly increased its customer base to 380 enterprises worldwide across all industries, and saw an overall increase in adoption of its Enterprise Business Integration Management Suite (EBIMS) by the Fortune 1000. In addition, Adeptia has launched six recent strategic OEM partnerships that are contributing to Adeptia’s current and projected revenue.

"Adeptia has achieved some important benchmarks in 2012,” said Lou Ennuso, co-founder and CEO. “Our team and our products are being recognized in the industry for being smart and innovative. We expect even greater growth for 2013 partly based on the release of version 6.0 of EBIMS this month. Version 6.0 contains a completely redesigned user interface for very fast, easy and collaborative development, as well as many enterprise-class enhancements.”

Customer Satisfaction

Customers are tapping Adeptia’s next generation technology to deliver value to their clients, and help them stand-out in today’s competitive marketplace. Many customers use Adeptia to consolidate the onboarding and maintaining of data from a single user interface that communicates bi-directionally with existing systems. It is not uncommon for Adeptia customers to experience 85% faster development over custom coding and 70% faster development over traditional middleware. Operationally, customers often experience a 90% increase in time savings and a 75% reduction in cost. These results can be attributed to EBIMS almost completely automated processing. The only manual operations are for “approvals” and “exception-handling”. Exception-handling typically accounts for only 3% of the processing.

About Adeptia:
Adeptia is the leading provider of innovative SOA cloud and on-premise business process integration and middleware solutions. Adeptia's unique offering combines data integration, application integration, B2B integration, and Business Process Management into a single application. Over 380 customers, ranging from Fortune 1000 companies to mid-sized and small businesses have deployed Adeptia's reusable and highly scalable technology.

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