Mountain View, Calif. - February 19, 2009 - Caspio, Inc. (www.caspio.com), provider of the leading do-it-yourself database platform for creating web applications, today offered to assist customers stranded by the closing of competitor Coghead.
"We know how critical it is to keep business going," said Frank Zamani, founder and chief executive of Caspio. "So we are stepping in quickly to help those who had based their business applications on Coghead to quickly migrate their data and transition their applications to Caspio Bridge. We're ready and capable to help them minimize disruption."
Caspio's transition program includes:
Caspio pioneered the platform-as-a-service space in 2000. Today the company's Caspio Bridge platform powers over 150,000 web applications for Fortune-500 companies, government agencies, universities, small and medium sized businesses, and over 70% of the largest American newspaper websites.
"We are a solid, self-funded company with no influence from outside investors. We previously weathered the dot com crash and are in an even stronger position to navigate the current economic condition," said Zamani.
The Caspio Bridge platform enables non-developers to create web forms and applications quickly and deploy them to any website, eliminating infrastructure investments and IT dependence.
For more information about Caspio's transition program for Coghead customers, visit here.
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.