EasyLink Services International Corporation (EasyLink) is uniquely positioned to deliver a variety of messaging services that range from simple web-based fax delivery for small businesses to sophisticated fax hosting, tailored corporate e-mail messaging, EDI business-to-business exchanges, specialized Telex protocol transmissions for marine and finance industries, and so much more. With over two decades of servicing customers around the globe, EasyLink has established a proven track record for providing effective, reliable and secure communications.
6025 The Corners Parkway
Norcross, Georgia 30092
Products and Services Information:
Tel: (800) 787-4037 (U.S. only)
Stock Symbol: NasdaqCM: ESIC
Fiscal Year: August 1 – July 31
Revenue prior to the acquisition of EasyLink Services Corporation:
Fiscal First Quarter 2008 Revenue: $20.99M
Fiscal Year 2007 Revenue: $21.9M
Fiscal Year 2006 Revenue: $19.8M
Fiscal Year 2005 Revenue: $16.7M
Fiscal Year 2004 Revenue: $11.7M
EasyLink has more than 20,000 customers representing many different kinds of enterprises, from sole proprietorships to large corporations, operating in a variety of business model formats and industries across the globe. EasyLink’s customers include service providers, retailers, manufacturers, distributors, and transportation providers in a variety of industries, including apparel, consumer packaged goods, financial, grocery, media, pharmaceutical, publishing, retail, third-party logistics, and transportation.
Key Products and Services:
On Demand Messaging
- Integrated Desktop Messaging
- Production Messaging
- Document Capture Management
Supply Chain Services
- EDI Value Add Network
- EDI Managed Services
Date Public: 1995
Recent Company Milestones:
- ICC changed its name to EasyLink Services International Corporation and its stock symbol to ESIC.
- ICC acquired EasyLink Services Corporation to become uniquely positioned to deliver a variety of messaging services.
- ICC acquired Stewart Technical Services for its complement to its existing EDI capabilities.
- ICC named to Deloitte’s prestigious Technology Fast 50 program for Georgia, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications and life sciences companies in the state.
- ICC acquired Enable Corporation for its browser-based portals capabilities to link buyers and sellers.
- ICC acquired The Kodiak Group to extend its capabilities into professional services, consulting and outsourcing.
- ICC acquired the Inovis Managed EC business to become one of the largest providers of EDI service bureau services for North America’s retail industry.
- ICC named Thomas J. Stallings as chief executive officer and Glen Shipley as chief financial officer.
- ICC acquired Electronic Commerce Systems, giving the combined company a broader presence in the service bureau and software segments.
- ICC divested its e-commerce and electronic data interchange education and training.
- ICC ranked Number 27 in the 2004 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 (and Number 1 in the 2004 Deloitte Fast 50 for the New York metropolitan area), a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in North America.
Historical Notes and Milestones:
ICC was incorporated in the State of Delaware in 1991 under the name of Infosafe Systems, Incorporated.
- ICC provides the first version of its flagship value added network ICC.NET.
- InfoSafe Systems changes its name to Internet Commerce Corporation with ICCA as its new stock symbol.
1997 - Internet Commerce Corporation is founded and receives an initial investment from InfoSafe Systems.
1995 - InfoSafe Systems becomes a publicly held company, traded on Nasdaq.
Thomas J. Stallings, Chief Executive Officer
Glen E. Shipley, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary
Teresa A. Deuel, Vice President of Product Development and Customer Support
Kevin R. Maloney, Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing
John Mecke, Vice President of Global Product Management
Richard Gooding, Vice President of Operations
James J. Walsh, Vice President of Sales for North America
Board of Directors:
Kim D. Cooke, Chairman of the Board
Richard J. Berman, Director
Donald R. Harkleroad, Director
Paul D. Lapides, Director
John S. Simon, Director
Thomas J. Stallings, Director