Press Release, 13 March 2012

Backbase doubles software revenue, adds Tier-1 customers worldwide

  • March 13, 2012

Backbase, the Bank 2.0 specialist, announced it has completed its most successful year to date. The financial services software maker saw strong growth with the biggest spike coming from licenses.

Backbase expanded its client base with Tier-1 customers in North America, Western Europe, the Middle East and the Russia. Additionally, Backbase extended its geographic reach, opening a North American office in New York City. It also released Portal 5 with a focus on giving more control to e-business users to manage and optimize their online channel.

Commenting on the achievement Backbase CEO Jouk Pleiter said: “I can’t say enough about the hard work we have put into making our customers successful and continuously improving our software to better solve our customer’s key needs. With all the momentum we have gained we expect 2012 will be even better.”

Media Contact

If you have any questions on Backbase or want to schedule an interview, please contact:

Backbase Marketing
Jacob Bontiusplaats 9
1018 LL, Amsterdam
The Netherlands
[email protected]
+31 20 465 88 88


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