Company Expands throughout EMEA, APAC; Client adoption increases

EcoSys, provider of best-in-class enterprise planning and project controls software, announced today that 2014 marks their most successful year to date, generating both an 81% increase in revenue growth and a 165% increase in software license growth over 2013. The company also anticipates continued expansion in both Europe and the Asia-Pacific region in 2015. In addition to establishing a new regional headquarters in Sydney, EcoSys has continued to expand its sales and marketing team in EMEA, with additional new staff expected in 2015 as well.

“We’re very excited to address the challenges of capital project management on a truly global scale,” Laurent Jacquemain, EcoSys Senior Director of Sales in EMEA, said. “With so much new investment taking place beyond North America, EcoSys is now positioned to help improve cost performance for customers around the world.”

Javier Sloninsky, Managing Director and CEO of EcoSys, adds that much of the revenue growth comes from continued client investment in their project controls software platform, EcoSys EPC. “User adoption is reaching a new level of maturity with our clients. We’re seeing more and more customers adopt EcoSys EPC as their standard project controls platform enterprise-wide. We’re also witnessing greater strategic use, by customers in long-term capital planning, project evaluation and selection across the entire business enterprise. We’re happy to see that, because it unlocks even greater value from our solution.”

EcoSys EPC is a web-based solution designed to deliver best practices for full lifecycle project controls including budgeting & forecasting, change management, contract management, progress measurement, performance and earned value management, capital planning, project portfolio management, and workforce planning.

About EcoSys

EcoSys is the global standard for enterprise Project Controls software. Its easy-to-use web-based platform, EcoSys EPC, helps organizations worldwide plan and manage project portfolios, control project costs, and improve project performance.