This is Markus from Wiccle writing. We are actually a rather international bunch (I'm from Finland / Denmark / all around myself), while our headquarters are in Galway (with Keith Killilea and the sales staff). iWiccle/Wiccle have been actively in the works since late 2008 and the incorporation of Bridge Media, with research and business plans groundwork Keith's desk dating back a couple of years. With that, as I hopped onboard and got my hands dirty with the code, we already had a clear concept of what exactly was on the pipeline, and a solid development plan to make it happen.
Our aim has been to pick the best from the current CMS platforms, top it off with original solutions, and make it easy to use. While it's not an old platform, it's a platform that's grown to be stable enough, and turn into a grand market player if we get a but a fragment of our planned future development done. Downloaded iWiccles are already counting in the thousands, and we have dozens of 100% Wiccle-based custom business sites in works or completed, so our tools have already seen their fair opening share of real life application.
Believe if you will, but we actually had a large-ish Register Now image in place until the site overhaul two days back, when it got buried under the dust. There's a "Log In / Register" link at the top right corner of every page at Wiccle.com you can use, but I agree that it's tiny and not enough on its own. There's now a new button in place for you at the Forums, Andrew — please hop onboard and see how you like it!