Hosting Industry News Briefing for 03/23/2006

Here’s your hosting industry briefing for 03/23/2006 Announces New Ecommerce Solution

PayLoadz, a provider of ecommerce solutions, announced today that they are launching a new express service that will make it even easier for sites to sell digital products. The entire process of setting up digital products for sale and delivery has been simplified into one step.

Shannon Sofield, Lead Developer of the new service states, “The new PayLoadz Express service is a fundamental change to the process of selling digital goods online. Previously, anytime a person wanted to sell a file, they would have to register for a service, install complicated scripts, or program their own solution. With our new system, a person simply fills out a few fields, uploads her file and she is instantly selling her good. It is the most profound enhancement to the system we’ve ever implemented, and will create an opportunity for even the technologically challenged to make money on the internet.”

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HostedToday Improves Hosting Plans

HostedToday, a provider of shared hosting solutions, announced today that their hosting plans have been improved with a ten fold increase in disk space, and bandwidth allotments. The increases come without any change to HostedToday’s pricing structure.

“Our company has grown significantly over the past few years, and while our current hosting plans meet the needs of our present customers, we feel that overhauling our plans will allow us to accept customers with much larger needs. Increasing the storage and bandwidth limits on our hosting plans will also enable our current customers to grow without increasing their costs,” suggested HostedToday’s President Rachel Daghir discussing the move.

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AmeriCommerce Releases Version 4.0 of Their Shopping Cart Software

AmeriCommerce, a provider of ecommerce solutions, announced today that they have released Version 4.0 of their shopping cart software. This new release includes the ability to launch multiple storefronts from one interface, provides new reporting features and integrates with popular accounting software.

“Small business owners have a lot on their plate. Other Ecommerce software requires the store owner to maintain duplicate product catalogs and require them to log in to several disconnected web sites to gather information on how their online business is performing,” says Charlie Cooper, President of AmeriCommerce. “This new version allows you direct, one click access to all aspects of your online business, from one to several stores.”

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ResellersPanel Launches Version 1.0 of their Control Panel

ResellersPanel, a provider of reseller hosting solutions, announced that they have released Version 1.0 of their proprietary control panel. According to the company’s release, this new version includes, “Java-based menus that create a new browsing experience through the main sections of the Control Panel. Below the Account Usage table the resellers can find the most recent hosting news. The Account Usage table itself now contains the file quota of each hosting account. The MySQL Stats section, on the other hand, will give the resellers detailed statistics about the database queries.”

ResellersPanel also announced the creation of three new production servers for their product line.

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