MarkLogic and Change

January 10, 2011

Short honk: I read “You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello.” The write up by Dave Kellogg reported that he will be leaving MarkLogic. MarkLogic Corp. has gained considerable traction in publishing and a couple of other business sectors with the MarkLogic Server product. You can get more information about that product at this link. MarkLogic server is a database built for unstructured information. Depending on the licensee’s use of the MarkLogic server, the resulting implementation can “look like” search, business intelligence, a custom-publishing system, or other information application.

In his blog post, Mr. Kellogg said:

I am proud of what we accomplished during my six years at the MarkLogic:  acquiring over 200 enterprise customers, growing annual revenues at a 75% CAGR, raising $27.5M in venture capital, and growing the company from 40 to over 230 employees. I am particularly happy to say that I will be leaving the company in a position of strength, having exceeded the 2010 revenue plan targets and with nearly $20M cash in the bank.

What’s next for MarkLogic? We have been impressed with the MarkLogic technology for years. We will keep you posted.

Stephen E Arnold, January 10, 2011


2 Responses to “MarkLogic and Change”

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  2. Dave Kellogg on January 11th, 2011 8:27 pm

    Thanks Stephen.

    We had a great run at MarkLogic during my tenure. The company faces a great opportunity going forward.

    Best / Dave

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