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DataSphere Launches SaaS Solutions

The DataSphere Web Suite is already powering several Web sites including LandWatch.com

DataSphere, a Software as a Service (SaaS) Web technology company, today announced the availability of the DataSphere Web Suite (http://www.datasphere.com). Designed to provide companies of all sizes with the most functional, cost effective and rapidly deployable solutions to create and run Web sites based on extensive catalogs, media or other data, the DataSphere Web Suite is built on an infinitely scalable, multi-tenant SaaS platform.

The DataSphere Web Suite is already powering several Web sites including LandWatch.com, http://search.komonews.com and http://www.newhomelistings.com.

"We believe there is a tremendous opportunity in providing an affordable, world class consumer experience for Web sites," said DataSphere CEO Satbir Khanuja. "The DataSphere Web Suite is designed to enable Web sites with extensive product, media or other data catalogs to benefit from the latest advances in Internet technology. By reducing the cost and complexity, improving the user experience and speeding up deployment of these new technologies, we can help Web site owners to increase revenues and reduce expenses within weeks."

The DataSphere Web Suite is a comprehensive site creation, hosting and management solution that gives Web site owners access to a range of best in class capabilities for automatically attracting traffic from across the Web and delivering an outstanding in-site consumer experience. Based on decades of driving traffic and user experience at some of the world's foremost Web sites including Amazon.com and MSN.com, the DataSphere team has created a service that fuses the latest technologies with the best in user experience design and unlimited scalability.

The suite is comprised of a number of different services, each designed to satisfy the specific requirements of individual customers.

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