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Alterian

Alterian is a UK-based supplier of content management systems and associated services. Their flagship product, Morello CMS is used for websites and intranets at organisations including Aegon, Borealis, T-Mobile, UK Government Home Office, Citigroup, UK Government Environment Agency and Prudential plc.

Founded as Mediasurface Plc in London by Ben Hayman and Steve Hebditch, had headquarters in London Bridge till early 2001 when they moved offices and headquartered in Newbury, UK Mediasurface floated on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange in August 2004.[1] Mediasurface has international offices in the USA, Netherlands, and Australia.

In April 2005 Mediasurface acquired Silverbullet,[2] a small CMS vendor in Holland. Mediasurface redeveloped and relaunched this CMS as Pepperio in May 2006. [3]

In June 2007 Mediasurface acquired Immediacy, a competing CMS vendor, for approximately £5.6 million. [4]

In July 2008 Mediasurface was acquired by Alterian, who were at the time a marketing software vendor.[5]

In January 2012, Alterian was acquired by SDL PLC, a UK-based technology company.[6][7]

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