Kevin Cochrane has decided to leave Alfresco to pursue other opportunities in the US. After a year in the UK, Kevin really wanted to move back to the San Francisco bay area and we have both agreed that it would be difficult for him to take an executive role from there. Kevin has made a tremendous contribution to Alfresco's WCM product and strategy, customer engagements, and the Alfresco product as a whole. We are very grateful for his efforts and dedication.
We are still very committed to Web Content Management and investing in and progressing the WCM product with more enterprise features and scalability. We have increased the number of engineers working on WCM and are continuing to hire more. Our new 3.0 release will be a tremendous step forward in the creation of easy to use, but powerful web applications and the basis for our future Alfresco Dynamic Web Framework (ADW). In addition, we will be filling Kevin's product management role with two people who understand usage of Alfresco in customer environments. Mike Farman will become Director of ECM product management and Michael Uzquiano, originally from Vignette, will become Director of WCM.
Alfresco's business continues to go from strength to strength. We have just finished our 9th straight record quarter having more than tripled in our last fiscal year. We are planning on more than doubling easily in the current year. And we continue to add dozens of marquee customers per quarter like Federal Express in the US and Saint Gobain, the giant $54B glass conglomerate in France, in the last quarter.
I feel very positively about our future and the prospects for WCM. Our blend of capabilities and strong WCM position us to compete effectively with traditional vendors and Microsoft as SharePoint becomes their WCM solution. More importantly, I feel confident in our ability to provide a more compelling platform for our customers for their knowledge worker and web-based content applications and web sites.