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OmniBus Achieves Record Growth in 2005Company records profitable annual revenue growth in excess of 40 percent (January 26, 2006)
OmniBus Systems, the award-winning provider of comprehensive broadcast automation, content management, and workflow solutions, has announced that 2005 has been a highly successful and record year, with the company recording profitable annual revenue growth in excess of 40 percent, building on the 30 percent revenue growth the year before.
"This ongoing success has been achieved through a focus on customer satisfaction and building the right team of industry experts and industry partners," said Mike Oldham, OmniBus Systems CEO. "This formula has ensured that we successfully deliver the OmniBus portfolio of market-leading and innovative automation, content management, and workflow products worldwide, with 100 percent client retention and with all clients subscribing to the comprehensive Omni Care support service."
"This performance has been achieved at a time when we are continuing our strong investment in R&D," said Geoff Unwin, chairman of OmniBus Systems. "We will be introducing some exciting new products in 2006 that will position us at the forefront of the broadcast industry evolution toward an IT-centric environment. This growth is a reflection of the fact that we are listening, developing, and delivering what our customers want now and as they evolve."
In geographic terms, OmniBus has further established itself in 2005 as a global company with an even distribution of revenues from the U.K., EMEA, U.S., and Asian regions. Planned regional expansion of the sales and support infrastructure in 2006 will further position OmniBus as a market-leading global company with local commitment in key regions of the world.
"Building strong relationships with global and local partners has been central to our ongoing commitment and growth of a worldwide customer base supported by an effective and efficient OmniBus sales and infrastructure organization," stated Oldham. "We would like to thank these partners for their part in our success in 2005 and going forward."
Some notable milestones in 2005 include the installation of Colossus automation solutions in a number of large multichannel playout centers, news solutions at major international sites, and the successful launch of the new OmniBus OPUS Content Management and Workflow solutions. These continue to demonstrate the unique ability of OmniBus to provide real integration and workflow between editing systems, archives, content management, and sophisticated playout automation.
"Under Mike's leadership we continue to see dramatic profitable, growth at OmniBus," said Unwin. "These year-end results confirm that we are on the right course -- focusing on customer satisfaction, developing and delivering the right products, putting in place the right team of seasoned industry professionals, and structuring the company to target and support the key markets around the world."
About OmniBus Systems
OmniBus Systems provides broadcasting, cable, and satellite organizations with comprehensive automation and media content management solutions that address every area of television-related operations. Its newsroom, content, and workflow automation solutions include acquisition and recording of rich media material, low-resolution editing, media asset management, and playout. OmniBus is a global company with headquarters in the United Kingdom and offices in the United States, Germany, and Singapore.
More information is available at www.omnibus.tv
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