The Nasdaq plummeted more than three percent on Friday, but the broad sell off could not slow down the shares of E.piphany (Nasdaq: EPNY), which develops customer-relationship management (CRM) software. Shares of E.piphany rocketed 13.5 percent on Friday, gaining 20-1/4 to 170-1/4, after the company announced that it had signed up Expedia, E-Stamp and online marketing company Promotions.com.
Shares of E.piphany are still more than 100 points off December’s all-time high, but this company remains a market leader and its stock remains a top performer. E.piphany currently has an impressive market value of nearly $5.5 billion. The company went public at $16 a share in September.