The 19th Annual EContent 100

Oct 02, 2019

Autumn 2019 Issue

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Article ImageDear Readers,

For nearly 2 decades, the EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry has been a guidepost for people in the industry. Looking for a new CMS? Maybe a platform to help you create a mobile app? Turn to the EContent 100 to see what’s at the top of the heap.

We’ve often noticed a trend of EContent 100 companies being acquired soon after making the list—and this has always been a sign to our judges that we’re on the right track. But throughout the years, the tech stack powering the digital content industry has expanded—perhaps exploded might be a better word to describe the growth.

As the industry changes, we thought it was time to shake up the list a bit. This time, we decided to turn judging over to our readers. Earlier this year, we opened a judging page up to website visitors and asked readers to vote on their top 10 companies in the industry.

You obliged. We tallied the votes, and voila! The 2019 EContent 100 list was complete.

As always, you’ll find the companies that have been pillars of the industry for years—even decades—as well as upstarts that are shaking things up. And don’t forget to check out our Companies to Watch section for those that we think you’ll be hearing more about in the year ahead.

Sincerely,

Theresa Cramer, Editor

 

CompanyExecutive Summary
    Acrolinx GmbH 
    Adobe  
    Akamai Technologies 
    Amazon.com, Inc. 
    Apple, Inc. 
    Aptara, Inc. 
    Aquafadas Sasu, A Rakuten Co. 
    ARIA SYSTEMS, INC. 
    Attivio 
    Atypon Systems, LLCView From The Top Profile
    Automattic, Inc. 
    BlueToad 
    Brightcove, Inc. 
    Buffer 
    BuzzSumo 
    Ceros, Inc. 
    Cision Ltd. 
    Citrix Systems, Inc. 
    CleverTap 
    Cloudera, Inc. 
    CloudinaryView From The Top Profile
    Cloudwords, Inc. 
    CognitiveScale 
    Contently 
    Contentsquare 
    Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. 
    Curata, Inc. 
    Digimind 
    DNN Corp. 
    EBSCO Industries, Inc. 
    Elsevier 
    Empolis Information Management GmbH 
    Evergage, Inc. 
    Facebook, Inc. 
    Fiksu, Inc. (GDM Services, Inc.) 
    Gale, A Cengage Co. 
    GetResponse 
    Google, Inc. 
    Grapevine6 
    Hewlett-Packard Development Co. LP 
    Hootsuite, Inc. 
    HubSpot, Inc. 
    IBM  
    Import.io 
    Influitive  
    IXIASOFT 
    Kenshoo Ltd. 
    Lexalytics 
    Lingotek 
    Lionbridge Technologies, Inc. 
    Lucidworks 
    MarketMuse, Inc. 
    MarkLogic Corp. 
    MediaPass 
    Meltwater 
    Microsoft 
    MongoDB, Inc. 
    Netflix 
    NewsCred 
    Nuxeo 
    Open Source Matters 
    Open Text Corp. 
    Oracle 
    Pandora Media, LLC 
    Pegasystems, Inc. 
    Pinterest 
    ProQuest 
    Salesforce.com, Inc. 
    SAP 
    SAS Institute, Inc. 
    ScribbleLive 
    SDL plc 
    Sitecore  
    Skyword, Inc. 
    Snap, Inc. 
    SPi Global 
    Splunk, Inc. 
    Spotify AB 
    STAR AG 
    Taboola 
    TapClicks 
    Teradata 
    The Nielsen Co. (US), LLC 
    ThinkAnalytics Ltd. 
    Tiny Technologies, Inc.View From The Top Profile
    Transifex 
    TRANSPERFECT 
    Twitter, Inc. 
    Uberflip 
    Veritone, Inc. 
    Vimeo, Inc. 
    Webtrends 
    Welocalize 
    Wingify 
    Wistia, Inc. 
    Wordbee 
    XTM International 
    YouAppi, Inc. 
    Zoomin Software 
    ZUMOBI 

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