Ann Arbor, MI – April 2, 2016 – Oberon Technologies, a leading systems integrator of structured content technology, announced record growth during its first quarter in 2016. Fueled by new opportunities to implement and expand structured content delivery solutions from partners SDL, PTC, and Titania Software, Oberon has exceeded revenue and staff utilization targets by successfully supporting dozens of new clients.
The use of structured content and dynamic publishing can substantially impact enterprise productivity and business revenue. A tremendous opportunity exists for corporations to reduce costs, improve information quality, and increase customer satisfaction by streamlining and automating the processes around creating, managing, and delivering information. Oberon partners with our clients to improve all of these areas.
“We are so very happy with the Oberon team! Once we got through the logistics of getting started, the work just took off. My team can be harsh critics …yet everyone is so happy with the responsiveness, intuition, and quality of work we are seeing from this team,” said Shante Galbraith, Sr. Manager Technical Communications, Brocade.
Joe Jenkins, Oberon’s President, said, “We attribute our growing success to the strength of our team and the fact that we always work to exceed customer expectations. We are dedicated to delivering value to our clients. By working together to create content environments that simplify structured authoring, accelerate reviews, automate online delivery, and share information across business systems, the impact of the content technology investments goes well beyond the documentation teams to groups across the enterprise and to consumers everywhere.”
Oberon’s strong first quarter is due to many ongoing projects and substantial new work with clients across a variety of industries including: Hitachi Data Systems, Johnson Controls, Molina Healthcare, Schneider Electric, and VMWare. The team’s deep knowledge of documentation environments and diverse expertise with partner solutions including SDL’s Knowledge Center, PTC’s Windchill and Arbortext, Titania Software’s Titania Delivery among others has Oberon well positioned for ongoing growth.