Blackboard, eCollege Begin 2007 With Growth

May 2007
Educational Marketer;5/14/2007, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p7
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The article reports on the financial performance of electronic-learning infrastructure software providers Blackboard Inc. and eCollege Co. in the U.S. from January to March 2007. Both companies accounted a favorable revenue with 46.6 percent to $55.3 million and 23.2 percent to $14.8 million for Blackboard and eCollege, respectively. Blackboard credited its increased revenue to growth in annual licenses of its enterprise-level products and hosting services to global academic institutions.


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