Announcing record-breaking quarterly revenue and a slew of new large-scale deployments, business process automation company Network Automation is definitely in rapid growth mode. The company revealed today that its revenues for the last quarter of 2013 were up 24 percent over the previous year, making 2013 the best year in its history.
The company attributes its phenomenal growth to new pricing options along with massive sales and revenue growth and expanded global deployments. New clients include the LA Lakers, Bojangles Restaurants and The Sacramento Bee, while the company also achieved widespread deployments for customers in a variety of vertical markets, including MLB.com, Duke University Medical Center, US TRANSCOM and Reed Group.
Network Automation believes the larger deployments were made possible because of its affordable pricing model, including unlimited site licensing as well as special pricing for non-production and disaster recovery services.
"We see the increasing adoption of cloud based technologies and virtualization as key drivers for adoption of automation software,” said Dustin Snell, founder and CEO of Network Automation. “As available computing resources increase at a near exponential rate, automation software is a must to fully harness and manage cloud and virtual resources. This has been a key factor in our growth over the past few years."
The company has also rolled out a number of new professional services recently, designed to bridge the gap among its direct sales force, its automation solutions engineering team and customers. The Maintenance Plus, AutoMate Health Check and AutoMate Migration service are all meant to help the company identify new opportunities for its customers while streamlining their operations through a variety of business automation solutions. These include HR onboarding and application integration, which can increase customers’ return on investment beyond standard back-office IT automation solutions.
Network Automation’s other noteworthy 2013 achievements include fourth quarter growth of eight percent over the previous year, with increased December sales of 21.5 percent over 2012. The company also expanded its global partnership with Pitney Bowes, ramping up installations in the Asia Pacific region.
“With a no-code automation platform, our customers’ IT teams can focus on more strategic tasks, which helps their businesses succeed,” Snell added. “Companies are realizing the value of automation, and we’re meeting growing demand with creative new approaches, which is why we’ve had such a strong year with record-breaking performance.”
Edited by Alisen Downey