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2010, So Far

The first half of 2010 has been amazing for Vindicia. We are growing new customer GAAP revenue more than 250% year over year while exceeding our new bookings targets by an average of 80%.

We’ve secured wins with some of the largest companies in technology, publishing, and media, and in doing so have shown that online billing is increasingly relevant across all industry segments, not just the early adopters. We look forward to telling everyone more about the world renowned companies who, over the last few months, have chosen Vindicia CashBox to replace their existing subscription system or to roll out new, industry changing offerings as those new projects come to market.

What I’m even more excited about is what we have in store for the second half of 2010.

  • Bookings have gotten off to a great start since July 1st, with wins in each of our key business segments in what had historically been a slow quarter.
  • We continue to innovate on the R&D front. We ended the tension between marketing optimization of the checkout process and responsibility for PCI compliance with our release of HOA in the first half. Going forward, look for us to support a greater set of use cases for subscription and microtransaction billing and expect even further expansion of our payment method support as our client and demographic base takes us to all parts of the world. Most importantly, we’re adding additional technology to enable our best practices that support the entire lifecycle of our clients’ online business and allow us to improve our already industry leading customer retention system.
  • With our record growth, we’re hiring and ramping the teams in all areas of the companies to keep up – if you’re interested in joining one of the fastest growing SaaS companies, please take a look at our careers page. We’ve entered that growth stage when I return from a business trip and meet brand new employees, and maybe you can be one of those new faces.

We started Vindicia because we believe that content and services can be sold online. We’re excited to see the market responding to that message and we’re proud of the new services and even categories we’re enabling. The switch to an “as-a-Service” business model across content, gaming, and software is creating vast new opportunities and unheard of cool new products. We at Vindicia get an early look at what is in store for everyone on the Internet and I can tell you that we’re feeling like kids on the night before Christmas. We’re helping build online revenue so our clients can build the online games, tools, and entertainment for the next 100 years.

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