Marvia reports record North American Market growth

May 10, 2022

Portland, USA

Marvia, the innovative Brand Management and Local Marketing Automation Platform realizes a 140% SaaS revenue increase and continues to expand their customer base in the North American market with customers across the US and Canada. The company has more than doubled its North American customer portfolio and is taking its first steps into the Asian market. 

Marvia’s software is used by the world’s leading brands with over 90.000 users in more than 90 countries. Marvia’s CEO Joep Donders is proud of his company's growth. “We are extremely proud of our record performance and see no signs of this momentum slowing down. At Marvia, we understand the power of a strong brand and that maintaining consistency is a challenge. Our strength is the usability of the platform and our adaptability to set up the local marketing tools to fit specific needs." 

Christopher Brown, who leads Marvia in North America adds, “We continue to see strong demand and attribute it to our customer focused product development. We are solving the distributed marketing problems that so many companies currently face. Marvia works with brands of all sizes, from Domino’s Pizza and Toyota to Pedego Electric Bikes and The Wisconsin Athletic Club. Any organization that has a strong central brand and needs to create localized or customized digital and print materials at scale. 

Donders sees North America as a key for the future of the company. "We established Marvia Corp, our US entity and our Portland office to better serve the growing customer base. By establishing successful partnerships with creative agencies, brand consultancies and other marketing solution providers, just like in Europe, we will continue to expand our network."

Additionally, Marvia has earned numerous recent awards and accolades. Just this spring it earned four G2 awards for Digital Asset Management, User satisfaction, and Customer Support.

Expansion to Japan

Marvia is also taking its first steps into the Asian market. "In Japan, we have been approached by several brands and agents looking for a flexible local marketing software and are adding Japanese speaking staff to onboard new customers and partners. This is a market where we see a lot of new opportunities," Joep Donders said. 

 

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