Sunnyvale, Calif. - November 29, 2006 - Caspio, Inc. (www.caspio.com), the leading web database application building platform, today announced that it has expanded its two-year customer relationship with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution to include the newspaper's parent company, Cox Newspapers, Inc. (www.coxnews.com), one of the nation's leading publishing companies.
Following The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's successful use of Caspio Bridge to rapidly publish databases on the web and create web database applications, Cox Newspaper's entire group of 17 daily newspaper outlets are adopting Caspio Bridge as their standard web database and application building platform.
"Our entire newspaper group has been monitoring the success of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in creating interactive web database applications with Caspio Bridge," said Sue Cleere, Special Projects Manager at COXnet, the strategic and operational online group for Cox Newspapers' shared print and online activities. "We are all excited to use Caspio Bridge on our sites to publish variety of databases and web applications for our readers."
Caspio Bridge is a hosted platform with a powerful web database and an innovative point-and-click web application creation system. Caspio has offered the Caspio Bridge service since 2001, with over 50,000 web applications built to date.
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As one of the nation's largest newspaper publishing enterprises, Cox Newspapers now produces 17 daily and 25 non-dailies. The company also operates direct mail businesses, distributes classified advertising publications, customized newsletters and owns one-third of a newsprint manufacturing business. Total circulation for the company's newspapers reaches 1.2 million each weekday and more than 1.6 million on Sundays. For more information about Cox Newspapers, Inc, please visit www.coxnews.com.
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.