Stibo Printing Solutions changes its name to Stibo Complete in order to adopt a name that matches its position as Scandinavia's leading player within the design, development, production and distribution of physical marketing materials.
Stibo Systems is recognized as a leader in Product Information Mangement by independent research firm, Forrester Research Inc.
Stibo Systems positioned as a Challenger in Gartner's Inaugural Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management Solutions.
Stibo Printing Solutions acquires Swedish printing company ‘Sörmlands Grafiska AB’ and strengthens its position as the leading printing company in Scandinavia.
Stibo Systems is recognized as Best in Class Product Information Management Provider in Consumer Goods Technology’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards
Stibo Systems achieves a near perfect score in Ventana Research’s 2015 Value Index for Product Information Management (PIM) for the third consecutive time.
Stibo Systems names a leader in the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management of Product Data Solutions for third consecutive year.
Stibo Systems is recognized as a world leader within information management by Software Magazine for the second consecutive year.
Stibo Systems is named a 2015 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Provider by CIO Review.
Stibo Systems is chosen as a Most Promising Retail Technology Solution Provider 2014 by CIO Review.
Stibo Systems establishes subsidiaries in Columbia and Spain.
After a very satisfactory result in fiscal year 2012/13 with a growth in turnover of more than 50%, Stibo Systems reaches an important milestone in its history, as Gartner Inc. in November 2013 positions Stibo Systems as Leader in its Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management of Product Data Solutions due to its ability to innovate and create lasting value for its customers.
Stibo Systems establishes a subsidiary in China.
Stibo Systems establishes subsidiaries in Brazil, Canada, The Netherlands, Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, France and Hong Kong.
Hans Kiær buys Aarhuus Stiftsbogtrykkerie, which at that time was a renowned provincial printing house with 60 employees. Hans Kiær was an industrious businessman and a pioneer within the technological development of his company.