|BannerOS Reaches Milestone in Powering Websites|
August 11, 2010 - Las Vegas - BannerOS, the Premier Website Management Platform from BannerView.com reached a milestone recently with its 100th installation. Sold in conjunction with the company's Website Lease Program, BannerOS continues its development with the introduction of "Grips," expansion modules that give websites additional functionality.
"Having reached 100 websites powered by BannerOS is quite an achievement for a product that's barely a year old," commented Mark Cenicola, President & CEO of BannerView.com. "We look forward to working with our entire customer base to put them on a path to upgrade to BannerOS because it provides a solid foundation upon which to build a great website."
From its inception, BannerOS has matured into a solid web content manager, offering an easy to understand user interface for small business owners, yet still providing advanced options for webmasters. The ability to manage your website from anywhere in the world through any modern web browser is reason enough to make the upgrade, but add in Grips and your website becomes an ultra smart business tool.
For website promotion, BannerMailer, a sophisticated email marketing and newsletter publisher allows businesses to promote themselves within their customer's inboxes. Combine it with BannerBeat, a blog publisher and customers have a powerful one-two marketing punch. As website traffic increases, adding BannerCampaigner for managing banner ad space provides companies even more revenue generating tools.
Organizations looking to manage events need look no further than BannerRSVP as a secure and reliable way to handle event registrations right from their website. When combined with BannerDate, a visitor friendly event calendar, keeping attendees informed of scheduled event dates and times is a breeze. BannerCharge completes the registration process by supplying additional functions for accepting a wide variety of payment types for paid events.
Since many companies use their websites for lead generation to collect contact information and quote requests, the form creator, BannerForms was developed as a tool for building interactive forms to do just that. For larger companies that want to dive into advanced demographic data or that have a large number of employees that manage certain aspects of a website, BannerRoster provides privilege driven access to website management features within BannerOS. This Grip allows for companies to offer memberships to website visitors, providing different levels of access to various website features, such as exclusive "members only" areas.
"When we upgraded our www.bigdogsbrews.com website to the new BannerOS, our website took on an entirely new existence," said Robert Snyder, CFO for Big Dog's Hospitality Group, Inc. regarding the switch to BannerOS.
"Flangas McMillan Law Group uses the system to make simple changes to our website and find that it is very user friendly," said Darcy Braun, Office Manager for the firm. Further commentary regarding their switch to BannerOS can be found in the article at The BannerBlog.
Website management will continue to improve as BannerOS is expanded, new Grips are released and new web browser technologies are developed. BannerView.com's mission to build great websites that earn recognition, respect and rewards has been made easier with BannerOS. Those curious about the platform can view a demo at BannerOS.com.
About BannerView.com -- http://www.BannerView.com
BannerView.com helps companies and organizations of all sizes do business on the Internet. Through a variety of eBusiness Solutions including Web Design, eMail Marketing, Website Hosting, eCommerce and Content Management, BannerView.com can build, promote and maintain your online presence to Give your Website the BannerView!
Mark A. Cenicola