Cadac Organice sounding bullish

Preliminary results released by Cadac Organice suggest the Netherlands-based vendor of Microsoft SharePoint-based solutions for engineering document management had a successful 2011.

It highlights its introduction of a cloud-based solution – discussed in October 2011 with Gert-Jan de Kieviet, right, following his recruitment from Sword-CTSpace – and also mentions that David Parry, former CTO and co-founder of McLaren Software, has joined Cadac’s US organisation (McLaren and CTSpace are, of course, set to merge following the latter’s November 2011 acquisition by IDOX; post).

Jan Baggen, CEO Cadac Group Holding BV says:

“We are proud that 2011 has become our best year ever in our 25-year anniversary, despite a turbulent year in global terms. With revenue of 29M Euros (5% growth) and net profit of 3M Euros (25% growth), Cadac Group is one of the best performing companies in the industry.”

Final 2011 results will be released in the second quarter of 2012, after the company’s annual meeting.

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  1. […] Over the past few years I’ve seen various generic enterprise content management (ECM) systems target the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector. When Software-as-a-Service (SaaS – though then known as ASP: application service provision) solutions (4Projects, Asite, Conject, Buzzsaw, e-Builder, etc) were first beginning to establish themselves in the US and UK markets around the start of the century, they were often competing against established electronic document management vendors (eg: Documentum). Solutions such as Open Text Livelink were resold in the UK AEC market by Causeway Technologies, while Microsoft’s SharePoint was sold as an on-premise AEC solution by firms such as Cadac (post). […]

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