Our company turns ten years strong


A web-based application is only as good as the company behind it, and the company behind LightCMS has always been one of our strongest selling points. This year, that selling point gets even stronger as Element Fusion, our parent company, celebrates its ten year anniversary.

As you know, ten years in the web business is a long time. Over its ten years, Element Fusion has taken a different approach than most web companies. For one thing, we’re completely debt-free and we have no outside funding. At the same time, we have received consistent honors and recognitions for growth throughout our history. A strong, fast-growing, debt-free company can only mean one thing — this is a company focused on the long term — a company that’s built to last.

So, please join us in celebrating this milestone. We’ve set up an Anniversary Website where you can review a little about our history and see some of the special things we’ve got going on this year. We’re hosting an Anniversary Open House at our offices if you happen to be in town and would like to stop by. We’re also ramping up our Website Giveaway Program and giving away four website packages valued at over $5,000 each to four non-profits over the course of 2010.

We’ll be talking more about all of these activities here and on our company blog in the months to come, but for now, we just want to say thank you. Thanks to all of you for supporting us over the years. We are very thankful for all that has happened throughout our history and we look forward to the next ten years and beyond.

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Malachi Gross wrote:
Big congratulations on this hugh accomplishment. Not only did you make it but you also advanced your services 10 fold... can you guys imagine the next 10 years? I believe that your system is easy to use and very robust. It really never fails. Open source is very nice and provides advancement in given developer tools but some of us want to get the job done and move on, this system does just that and I can be a marketer, not a web developer.

Sun, January 31, 2010 @ 11:52 AM

2. Ashley wrote:
Malachi, Thank you for the kind words. We are very excited about what the next 10 years will bring and hope you will be there with us to see it unfold.

Mon, February 1, 2010 @ 9:23 AM

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