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ComponentSource Announces 2012-2013 Award Winners

The world's largest marketplace for software components and development tools announces their latest global awards for 2012-2013

ATLANTA, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ComponentSource®, the world's largest marketplace and community for reusable software components and development tools today announced their latest Awards for 2012-2013 for both leading publishers and their individual products.

The awards will be given to the Top 100 Bestselling Publishers and the Top 100 Bestselling Products, based on the total sales dollar value of orders placed by customers during the year (2012) through ComponentSource.

The awards are for the:

  • Top 100 ComponentSource Bestselling Publisher Awards – 2012-2013
  • Top 100 ComponentSource Bestselling Product Awards – 2012-2013

"ComponentSource's software development product sales continued to grow in 2012 despite the tough global economic conditions.  Our customers recognize that being able to buy pre-built components helps save on their development costs and time-to-market. We have sold software product licenses to over 130,000 different customer organizations globally, with sales in over 180 countries worldwide. This continued growth shows the importance of the ComponentSource Website as the world's best source of commercial quality software components and development tools for programmers and IT pros. We are pleased to announce the seventh annual winners of our Awards and, based on our customer feedback, we know these Awards help our customers to differentiate and select the best products for their needs," explained ComponentSource CEO, Sam Patterson.

"As in past years, these awards are based on real orders from our customers world-wide, as such they represent a real global market snap-shot for commercial software components and development tools in 2012," added Patterson. "We believe the awards represent accurate real-world data on how our customers are using these components and development tools in their latest projects."

ComponentSource Bestselling Publisher Award Winners for 2012-2013

ComponentSource is delighted to announce the following awards to our leading publishers for sales made to our customers during 2012:

Top 5 Bestselling Publisher Awards for 2012-2013

1.     DevExpress (Developer Express) - # 1 Publisher Award
2.     ComponentOne, a Division of GrapeCity (including GrapeCity Japan) - # 2 Publisher Award 
3.     Infragistics (including Infragistics Japan) - # 3 Publisher Award
4.     Flexera Software - # 4 Publisher Award 
5.     Aspose - # 5 Publisher Award

Note: The above Publishers also win a Top 5 Publisher Award.

Top 10 Bestselling Publisher Awards for 2012-2013 (sorted alphabetically) 

  • Altova - Top 10 Publisher Award 
  • JetBrains - Top 10 Publisher Award
  • NetWorld (Japan) - Top 10 Publisher Award
  • Red Gate Software - Top 10 Publisher Award
  • SyncRO Soft - Top 10 Publisher Award

Top 25 Bestselling Publisher Awards for 2012-2013 (sorted alphabetically)

  • /n software - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Antenna House (including Antenna House Japan) - Top 25 Publisher Award
  • Atalasoft, A Kofax Company - Top 25 Publisher Award
  • Change Vision (including Change Vision Japan) - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Devart - Top 25 Publisher Award
  • Embarcadero (including Embarcadero Japan) - Top 25 Publisher Award
  • FusionCharts - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • GdPicture - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Janus Systems - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Micro Focus - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Software FX - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Steema Software - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Syncfusion - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Text Control - Top 25 Publisher Award 
  • Xamarin - Top 25 Publisher Award

See the Full Top 100 Publisher Award List:
http://www.componentsource.com/services/publisher/awards-2012-2013-publisher.html 

ComponentSource Bestselling Product Award Winners for 2012-2013

ComponentSource is delighted to announce the following awards for our leading products for sales made to our customers during 2012:

Top 5 Bestselling Product Awards for 2012-2013

1.     DXperience DXv2 Enterprise by DevExpress - # 1 Product Award 
2.     NetAdvantage for .NET by Infragistics - # 2 Product Award  
3.     DXperience DXv2 WinForms by DevExpress - # 3 Product Award  
4.     ActiveReports 7 by ComponentOne, a Division of GrapeCity - # 4 Product Award  
5.     Aspose.Total for .NET by Aspose - # 5 Product Award

Note: The above Products also win a Top 5 Product Award.

Top 10 Bestselling Product Awards for 2012-2013 

6.     InstallShield 2012 Spring Professional by Flexera Software - Top 10 Product Award 
7.     ReSharper by JetBrains - Top 10 Product Award  
8.     NetAdvantage Ultimate by Infragistics - Top 10 Product Award 
9.     InstallShield 2012 Spring Premier by Flexera Software - Top 10 Product Award 
10.    ComponentOne Studio Enterprise by ComponentOne, a Division of GrapeCity - Top 10 Product Award

Top 25 Bestselling Product Awards for 2012-2013

11.    DXperience DXv2 ASP.NET by DevExpress - Top 25 Product Award
12.    Spread.NET by ComponentOne, a Division of GrapeCity - Top 25 Product Award
13.    Developer Express VCL Subscription by DevExpress - Top 25 Product Award
14.    XMLSpy 2013 Professional Edition by Altova - Top 25 Product Award
15.    DXperience DXv2 WPF by DevExpress - Top 25 Product Award
16.    NetAdvantage for Windows Forms by Infragistics - Top 25 Product Award
17.    ComponentOne Studio for WinForms by ComponentOne, a Div of GrapeCity - Top 25 Product Award
18.    GdPicture.NET by GdPicture - Top 25 Product Award
19.    XMLSpy 2013 Enterprise Edition by Altova - Top 25 Product Award
20.    Aspose.Words for .NET by Aspose - Top 25 Product Award
21.    IntelliJ IDEA by JetBrains - Top 25 Product Award
22.    AdminStudio Professional by Flexera Software - Top 25 Product Award
23.    Astah Professional by Change Vision - Top 25 Product Award
24.    Janus WinForms Controls Suite by Janus Systems - Top 25 Product Award
25.    Aspose.Total for Java by Aspose - Top 25 Product Award

See the Full Top 100 Product Award List:
http://www.componentsource.com/services/publisher/awards-2012-2013-product.html

Note to Editors:

Bestselling Products Awards

The products have each been allocated a Top 5, Top 10, Top 25, Top 50 or Top 100 Bestselling Product Award for 2012-2013 based on the following ranking criteria: 

  • total sales in US Dollars (USD) order value for the individual product 
  • less any refunds made to customers due to issues with the product 
  • for sales made to our customers in over 180 countries worldwide  
  • between the dates 1st Jan 2012 to 31st Dec 2012 inclusive 
  • sales made in non-USD currencies have been converted into USD to get a total value  
  • the list has then been sorted and the awards made based on the ranking achieved 
  • the awards were announced in Feb 2013, based on sales made in 2012, hence the name 2012-2013

Bestselling Publisher Awards

The publishers have each been allocated a Top 5, Top 10, Top 25, Top 50 or Top 100 Bestselling Publisher Award for 2012-2013 based on the following ranking criteria: 

  • total sales USD order value for all the individual products in their range aggregated together 
  • less any refunds made to customers due to issues with their products 
  • for sales made to our customers in over 180 countries worldwide  
  • between the dates 1st Jan 2012 to 31st Dec 2012 inclusive 
  • sales made in non-USD currencies have been converted into USD to get a total value  
  • the list has then been sorted and the awards made based on the publisher ranking achieved
  • the awards were announced in Feb 2013, based on sales made in 2012, hence the name 2012-2013

About ComponentSource
ComponentSource is the world's largest marketplace and community for reusable software components for all platforms. The respected barometer for the component industry, ComponentSource pioneered the open market for reusable software components in 1995, and continues to drive the market through its award-winning e-business model and groundbreaking work to establish the first widely accepted reusable component standard. A global e-business with customers in over 180 countries, ComponentSource is headquartered in Atlanta, GA United States and has offices in Reading, England and Tokyo, Japan. For more information, please visit http://www.componentsource.com or http://www.componentsource.co.jp 

All company and product names may be trademarks of the company with which they are associated.

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