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Seismic has record-breaking year

Seismic, a provider of enterprise mobile content management, announced Thursday that 2013 was a record-breaking year for the privately-held company.

In addition to releasing the latest generation of the Seismic platform, the company raised $4.5 million in funding, expanded nationally, and significantly grew its customer base.

In addition, 2013 saw the company triple its revenue year over year, unveil product integrations with its Salesforce and Sharepoint platforms and conclude the year with its best quarter to date -- closing more new deals than any previous quarter.

"By allowing organizations to quickly transform their presentations into stories that resonate, Seismic added significant customers including one of the top three global asset managers, a top five insurance company, one of the top three Japanese banks, and the largest Blue Cross Blue Shield plan provider," said Seismic CEO, Doug Winter in a statement. "With tablet adoption in the enterprise set to soar, Seismic is well-positioned for future growth, because it enables salespeople to quickly create customized and compliant presentations on their tablets, allowing them to close more deals in less time."

To accommodate its growing workforce, Seismic also recently moved into larger headquarters in San Diego and opened a new Boston office.

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