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Monitis Partners with Locaweb – Brazil’s Leading Hosting & Infrastructure Services Company

Monitis has just signed a partnership agreement with Brazil’s leading Hosting and Infrastructure Services company, Locaweb. The partnership emphasises Monitis’ continued expansion into new markets and brings 2 key web monitoring features to Locaweb customers – both of which are being offered for free.

The agreement offers all Locaweb customers access to an exclusive free package of the website monitoring and transaction monitoring features of the Monitis solution. The package will enable customers to check the availability and response time of their websites and ensure their online transactions are always up and running.

“With this partnership, we aim to help businesses continually improve the end-user experience of their web systems, which is done from our easy to use cloud-based dashboard,” explains Hovhannes Avoyan, General Manager at Monitis. “Working with Locaweb is a key step in expanding the reach of Monitis and we are looking to continue this growth throughout 2013.”

“Partnering with Monitis is an important step in offering website uptime visibility and ensuring the highest level of availability for our Cloud users. Locaweb’s goal is to provide the most comprehensive monitoring solution on the Brazilian marketplace so our customers have all the tools they need to be successful” says Gilberto Mautner, CEO at Locaweb.

The Monitis monitoring dashboard is available in Brazilian Portuguese to ensure a good user experience to all Latin American users.

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