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Higher Education Institutions Select Ingeniux for Web and Social Content Management

Rapid Growth in Education Driven by Release of Ingeniux Cartella Social Software, Rise in On-Demand Delivery, Ongoing Migration From Legacy CMS Applications, and New Traction in the Community College Market

SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwire) -- 07/21/09 -- Ingeniux Corporation (, the leader in web and social content management software, today announced continued strong growth in the higher education market in the second quarter of 2009. A number of factors contributed to Ingeniux's success in the higher education market, including the release of Ingeniux Cartella social software, growth in on-demand delivery, ongoing migration from legacy CMS applications, and traction in the community and two-year college market.

Institutions that have recently selected Ingeniux CMS and/or Ingeniux Cartella include:

--  University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
--  College of St. Benedict/St. John's University
--  University of Illinois Medical Center
--  University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
--  Alleghany College of Maryland
--  Molloy College
--  Lasell College
--  Saint Anselm College
--  Spartanburg Methodist College
--  Lake Washington Technical College
--  Green River Community College

"The Higher Education market demands value-driven solutions now more than ever and Ingeniux delivers on a broad range of fronts," said Jim Edmunds, President and CEO of Ingeniux Corporation. "We see continued growth in SaaS delivery. Social software is moving to the forefront as an institutional IT priority. We're also seeing a renewed focus on structured content as a means of improving institutional ROI, whether it's for integrating with back-end data systems for things like course catalog management, or incorporating social content through authenticated communities."

Recent successes in the Higher Education market point to the continuation of two trends: the migration from other legacy CMS systems and the uptake in CMS adoption by two-year institutions. Several universities have migrated from the now defunct Serena Collage CMS to Ingeniux CMS -- including University of Wisconsin, Whitewater and University of Colorado, Colorado Springs -- after a long and understandably detailed due diligence process. Another growth area has been two-year institutions -- most recently Alleghany College of Maryland, Spartanburg Methodist College, Green River Community College and Lake Washington Technical College -- that have adopted Ingeniux because of the price-to-feature value and the inclusion of turn-key solutions for the higher education web.

Ingeniux has also expanded its library of solutions for the campus web, including new solutions for course catalog publishing, campus blogs, personalization, and social software for campus and alumni communities. To learn more about Ingeniux solutions for higher education please email [email protected] or call 1-877-445-8228.

About Ingeniux Corporation

Ingeniux Corporation ( is the trusted provider of Web content management and social software. Its XML-based technology empowers Web developers and content creators to build the next generation Internet with products acclaimed for ease-of-use, rapid deployment, extensibility and low total cost of ownership. Ingeniux delivers quality software with unparalleled customer service to customers in a broad range of industries, including higher education, trade associations, broadcasting, e-government, and financial institutions.

David Hillis
Ingeniux Corporation
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