Infogate Named to EContent Magazine's ``Content 100'' List.
SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 7, 2003
Infogate, (http://www.infogate.com), the leading provider of online turnkey private-label subscription services, announced today it has been named to the prestigious "EContent 100" list of the most important players in the content industry, as judged by the editors of EContent Magazine.
In being selected for the Second Annual "EContent 100" list of companies, Infogate joins 99 other enterprises across the spectrum of content development and content management. The list reflects the activity and performance in the content industry in 2002 and foreshadows growth and success in the year to come.
"We are honored to be recognized as one of the most important companies in the digital content industry," said Cliff Boro, president of Infogate. "We've worked hard to deliver unique information solutions to leading media partners such as CNN and USA Today."
Editorial staff, contributing editors and editors of parent company Information Today Inc.'s other publications formulated the 2002 EContent 100 list. Each year the list is developed to recognize the top companies, products and services in the content arena, and is created to provide readers with both a starting point for navigating the content maze and an end point for those seeking final validation before choosing a solution.
Infogate empowers leading media companies to leverage their online investments, brand equity and customer base by creating exceptional subscription-based personalized information services. The company's patented technology enables customers to read, view and interact with carefully filtered news and information using a persistent desktop ticker, interactive screensaver, mobile devices, and e-mail. Infogate, founded in 1994, is primarily backed by Idealab and the Trump Group. The company has headquarters in San Diego and has a sales office in New York City. For more information, visit http://www.infogate.com.