Jahia confirms its momentum and enters Gartner’s 2014 Horizontal Portal Magic Quadrant

Jahia is the only Java open source platform to enter the Magic Quadrant this year 

Washington-DC, Geneva, Switzerland - October 7th 2014 - Jahia, leading open source vendor today announced its first appearance in a Gartner’s MQ.

For Jahia, entering the Gartner’s 2014 Horizontal Portal MQ is a major milestone for its Digital Industrialization vision, embodied by Digital Experience Manager 7 and Portal Factory, its new releases announced in February 2014.

Since then, Jahia has benefited from a strong momentum and experienced an unprecedented subscription renewal rate from existing customers -above 95%. Overall in YTD, the annual subscriptions rose by 35%.


Even if 2014 isn’t over, it will remain as a major milestone in Jahia’s history. Our customers renewed loyalty, new major global organizations choosing our technology and entering a very coveted Gartner MQ strengthen the vision we have been pursuing since day one.
Jahia provides the first open source platform that reconciles IT constraints with Marketing autonomy. It stands as the smarter alternative to complex, costly integrations or badly integrated technologies that often stem from megavendors acquisitions.
This is the core of the "Digital Industrialization" concept, which, rooted in the original, avant-garde vision of convergence between Web Content Management (“WCM”), Document Management System (“DMS”) and application integration (Portal), perfectly positions Jahia as the best alternative to megavendors on the emerging java-based UXP Market.” says Elie Auvray, CEO of Jahia Solutions Group.


Jahia is happy to provide a complimentary copy of the report to those interested, here.

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