CCI – the owner of DC and the company behind the CUE publishing platform – is a market leader in editorial content management systems. Beginning February 1, 2020, the company will change its name to Stibo DX. With the new company brand, the software vendor takes a step closer to its parent company, Stibo Group, and gears up for further growth.
The rebranding to Stibo DX marks a new chapter for CCI.
For more than three decades, the company has been a leading technology partner for some of the world’s biggest news and media companies, including The New York Times, American media group Gannett, Axel Springer in Germany, Times of India, and The Economist.
In the fiscal year 2019/20, Stibo DX expects a growth in revenue of app. 25%. The growth is driven by the company’s CUE publishing platform which is gaining market shares at a rapid pace. Among the most recent names on the list of CUE installations are TVN, the leading private broadcaster in Poland; Le Groupe Sud Ouest, one of France’s biggest regional news publishers; as well as five of the largest media companies in Germany: Handelsblatt Media Group, Der Tagesspiegel, BNN, NOZ, and Verlagsgruppe Ippen. All have chosen CUE as their platform for driving digital transformation.
As Stibo DX, the software vendor prepares to make CUE the media industry’s publishing platform of choice and expand into new markets.
The name change to Stibo DX highlights the company’s relation to the Stibo Group, a foundation-owned corporate group, founded in 1794 and headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark.
“Our family relation to Stibo is becoming increasingly important for us. Our customers, and the market in general, appreciate the financial stability guaranteed by the Stibo Group. It gives us the advantage of keeping a long-term focus on innovation, customer relations, and on our business in general,” says Dan Korsgaard, CEO of Stibo DX.
Over the years, Stibo DX has made significant investments in technology and innovation. The CUE publishing platform is the latest result of these investments.
As part of the rebranding process, Stibo DX will be merging with its subsidiary company, Escenic. Stibo DX’s other subsidiary, Digital Collections, acquired in April 2019, will remain an independent brand.