Interact, a provider of intranet software for enterprises, noted earlier this week that it has seen substantial growth in the first half of 2015. It also expects to see continued growth throughout the year as it capitalizes on its strong set of leads.
The company reports that its sales growth has expanded more than 100 percent in the first two quarters. The growth that has overtaken Interact has been so strong that the company has moved its New York office to a larger location. It will work in the second half of this year to address the concerns of its lead base which has more than doubled since 2014.
Nigel Danson, the CEO of Interact, represented his organizations' excitement with his comment in the official company news release.
“It's a really exciting time at Interact, particularly in the US where we are seeing exponential growth in the cloud,” Danson said. “Organizations are increasingly embracing the opportunities it provides, such as faster deployment and reduced reliance on IT departments.”
Although many businesses still think of communication as happening entirely on the Internet, there is much communication and collaboration that can take place on personal intranets. These networks that connect office employees can make a good home for micro blogs and corporate social networking. They facilitate interaction through many of the same channels that one may see in the outside Internet but remain more focused in scope.
Interact says it has more than 500,000 users on its platform which can operate in the cloud or remain on-premise. It comes as a sort of white label product that businesses can customize to look and feel how they desire. In addition, users need no advanced technical knowledge to update its pages. Micro blogs are easy to maintain, files easy to share, and instant communication between individuals simple to start.
Large clients that include the ASPCA, Arriva, G4S, ADT, and Make a Wish Foundation round out the major supporters of Interact software. Interact's growth will ride on their shoulders and likely into the headquarters of many new clients.
Edited by Dominick Sorrentino