Asbru Provides CMS Solution for Hosting Service Providers

Feb 09, 2007

Asbru Software has released version 6.3 of the Asbru Web Content Management system designed to provide control for non-technical users while maintaining flexibility for developers and web designers. The latest update adds improvements for Asbru Web Content Management hosting providers, partners, and web designers, who wish to offer the Asbru Web Content Management as a hosted service.

The Hosting Edition of the Asbru Web Content Management System can enable hosting providers to host multiple individual clients each with completely separate websites built and managed through the Asbru Web Content Management system. The new version 6.3 includes an application that automates the ordering and delivery of the Asbru Web Content Management system as a hosting service. Hosting service customers can add their website hosting requirements to a shopping cart and when they have successfully completed an order their website is automatically setup and configured. A customizable email with their new website details will then be emailed to them alongside their invoice. The application is fully customizable designed to enable hosting companies to add their own look and feel to their store front. Hosting companies can also develop their own Asbru Web Content Management website templates for specialized sectors and enable their customers to select these when ordering a website. The new application also includes functionality, designed to enable hosting service providers to provide support to their customers. Customers can submit support tickets through the application and participate in a support forum moderated by the hosting service provider. In this version, hosting service providers have an improved administration interface for hosted websites including the possibility to categorize hosted websites into, for example, sector or customer location.

The Asbru Web Content Management system is available for ASP, PHP, and JSP/Java and runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X. The system enables users to update web content through Internet Explorer, Mozilla/Firefox, and Safari web browsers.