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Wideorbit Continues Significant Growth Path in 2007
San Francisco - Oct 11, 2007 - Wideorbit has seen growth in 2007 in areas including station count, head count, product development and management of advertising revenue. At this time in 2006, Wideorbit had installed its WO Traffic in just more than 500 stations and networks. This was double the number of stations and networks compared to the same time in 2005. Now in 2007, the company has installed its product in more than 900 stations and networks and has expanded into Europe and India. In order to handle the increase in business, Wideorbit has increased its staff from 80 employees in January of 2006 to more than 185 by the end of 2007. The largest increases can be seen in the number of implementation specialists, account managers and customer support representatives. Wideorbit is also actively recruiting developers for new product development.
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