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Sunday, October 23, 2016

We've been in business for 10 years, a historic decade characterized by gigantic leaps in technological advancement. Prior to 2000, there was no iPhone. A cell phone was only a phone. Facebook did not exist, and a virus was something your physician treated. With an industry this young, we think 10 years is all the experience anyone would ever need. And while we can't predict the future, we try hard to provide you with the tools and data you need to give it your best shot.

Here's a rundown of the last 10 years. Join us for a trip down memory lane.

  • 2000: AT&T became the first U.S. cellular company to offer instant text messaging for mobile phones.
  • 2000: WebPresented sells 250+ licenses of its first product, Content Management Server - a web site starter package for small businesses.
  • 2001: Bill Gates unveiled the Xbox.
  • 2001: Airlines began to implement methods of gaining Internet access while flying.
  • 2002: A cartoon turtle named "Dewie" was introduced to help promote Internet safety and security.
  • 2002: WebPresented designs and develops - a non-profit political web site attracting 250,000+ unique visitors per month
  • 2003: Scientists announced that they had sequenced the entire human genome two years ahead of schedule, identifying the 20,000 to 25,000 genes in human DNA.
  • 2003: The first computer was infected with the Spybot worm.
  • 2004: Google announced Gmail.
  • 2005: WebPresented works with Infor to integrate several of its proprietary software components into Infor's new FulFull product suite.
  • 2005: YouTube was launched, making it possible for the average person with an inexpensive hand-held camera to record and broadcast everything from natural disasters to political blunders.
  • 2006: Skype announced that it had over 100 million registered users.
  • 2006: Google became a verb when Merriam-Webster announced the official update.
  • 2006: Twitter, the social networking site that lets users broadcast 140-character messages, officially launched.
  • 2007: WebPresented designs and develops a property management database for several Catholic Diocese across the U.S. Over 10 million historical documents are scanned into the system in the first year of use.
  • 2007: Apple released the iPhone. In 74 days, Apple sold 1 million of its smart phones.
  • 2007: Amazon released the first Kindle in the United States.
  • 2007: The online game, World of Warcraft, hit a milestone when it surpassed 9 million subscribers worldwide.
  • 2008: Samsung introduced 3-D television.
  • 2008: was recognized as a brilliant strategic use of social media in running a presidential campaign.
  • 2008: WebPresented releases its WPAnalytics product, a Business Intelligence platform that integrates with several portal frameworks.
  • 2009: The industry group CTIA-The Wireless Association announced that cellular users sent 135.2 billion text messages per month.
  • 2010: Queen Elizabeth II joined Facebook.
  • 2010: WebPresented announces the release of WPCRM, our strategic web-based CRM and business decision support software.
  • 2011: 12 months after virtually inventing the touchscreen tablet market, Apple announced it sold over 30 million units of the iPad.
  • 2011: Adobe announced it will discontinue development on its pioneering Flash product after HTML5 becomes the standard of choice among web developers for delivering rich media content across mobile and other web platforms.
  • 2012: Facebook purchased 2 year-old photo sharing app Instagram for $1 billion.
  • 2012: WebPresented's WPCRM system sends over 1 million targeted marketing campaign emails in the first quarter.
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