Las Vegas, Nevada - July 18, 2006 - Caspio, the leading provider of software-as-a-service database products, today launched a program for web hosting providers to offer a suite of web database tools and services to their customers.
Since 2001, Caspio has provided on-demand solutions to empower business managers, knowledge workers and do-it-yourselfers to quickly create and deploy simple web forms or sophisticated database-driven web applications without programming.
"We are taking our success in working directly with our customers and are partnering with web hosting providers to meet the needs of the rapidly-growing market seeking easy tools and services to create custom web database applications," said company president and CEO, Frank Zamani. "With this program, a web hosting provider can immediately complement its current offerings with a suite of web database products and branded professional services."
Caspio's Hosting Provider Program offers:
Hosting providers joining Caspio's Hosting Provider Program can expect measurable results in attracting new and retaining existing customers, increasing their customers' life-time value, and significantly reducing their database support costs.
For more information about Caspio's Hosting Provider Program, contact Robert Walstra, Vice President of Sales at 408-245-2400 extension 707.
Caspio, Inc. (www.caspio.com) is the world's leading on-demand do-it-yourself web application creation platform. The company's philosophy is to empower business users to create and deploy web databases, forms, and applications easily and without programming. Caspio's platform-as-a-service replaces coding with intuitive point-and-click wizards, enabling users to rapidly produce web database components for capturing, publishing, and managing data online. Caspio shrinks development time from weeks to hours, and from thousands of dollars to a small monthly fee. Caspio's customers range from one-person entrepreneurs to Fortune-500 corporations, digital media giants, government agencies, and educational institutions.