MIAMI, October 8, 2015 -- DotCMS, maker of Java open source content management system software has been chosen as one of the 20 Most Promising Open Source Software Solution Providers by CIO Review. The announcement came today by CIO Review - the technology magazine for corporate and enterprise IT decision makers and it highlights a select group of software vendors that have excelled in open source business models.
CIO Review’s list showcases the 20 Most Promising Open Source Software Solution Providers that deliver market leading solutions and are built and offered on an open source foundation. The list of software solutions is identified and compiled by the CIO Review’s editorial board and a panel of expert advisors with the goal of recognizing and promoting outstanding open source technologies.
In the field of open source content management systems (CMS) and web development platforms there are a number of other CMS vendors that could have been considered. “This award sets dotCMS apart because it highlights our deep open source background and underscores our commitment to developing software solutions that deliver business value through an open source business model,” CEO Tim Brigham noted. “Enterprise and SMB alike have responded well to our open source experience, philosophy and roadmap. We’re very pleased to be included by CIO Review on their list of most promising providers.”
“DotCMS has been on our radar for some time now for inspiring a revolution in the content management space and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch CMS technology,” said Jeevan George, Managing Editor, CIOReview. “It’s clear dotCMS has been delivering a high degree of value to businesses across the globe in an open source model. We’re excited to have them featured on our list of top companies.”
DotCMS CTO, Will Ezell commented on the news, “Most people don’t realize that we have deep roots in open source software dating back to open source projects we started in 2001. Our roots and our product philosophy today follow closely with that open source approach. We’ve always promoted the ideas of removing barriers, open access to content and giving developers and digital marketers the tools and freedom to innovate.”