|By Marketwired .||
|February 2, 2010 07:15 AM EST||
REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/02/10 -- CVSDude, Inc., the worldwide leader in hosted source code management solutions, today announced its name change to Codesion, Inc. (bringing cohesion to distributed coding) and also launch of Codesion Professional Edition, a powerful new on-demand Software as a Service (SaaS) enterprise-class version control solution. Codesion Professional Edition is available immediately and ideal for any distributed development team who requires a fully secure, cloud-based environment and can't afford even a moment of downtime. The Subversion-based solution features an exclusive backup and recovery system, unmatched security, enterprise-class support 24/7 and an extremely flexible solution that seamlessly links code developed with Codesion to users' existing development systems.
Powered by Codesion FrogSAFE technology, development teams of all sizes and industries -- from software publishers to digital marketing agencies, education to IT consulting -- rely on Codesion solutions for version control (Subversion and CVS), data security and issue tracking for their development projects. With Codesion, development teams effectively collaborate, manage and deploy the world's most complex open-source and commercial software applications. Codesion delivers industry-leading scalability, reliability and security at a fraction of the cost of solutions developed in-house.
"Regardless of a company's size -- 10 to 10,000 employees -- distributed development teams are now the norm, not the exception," said Jason Seed, CEO for Codesion, Inc. "The market has been calling for an enterprise-class source code management tool built on Subversion to support these teams and we've answered that call with Codesion Professional Edition. We've been listening to our customers and have built a product that not only gives developers what they need to build powerful applications, but also a solution that saves their companies loads of time and money and offers peace of mind."
Highlights of the new Codesion Professional Edition hosted source code management solution include:
-- Advanced backup and recovery systems - users can create automated and customizable backup schedules, seamlessly sync online and in-house projects and reinstate repository backups all on-demand; -- Secure global infrastructure via the cloud - Codesion Professional Edition's central role-based permission framework allows users to log in and lock down local and distributed development work teams by project, sub-directory or even IP address; -- Enterprise-class support 24/7 - Codesion's worldwide technicians are available 24/7 for assistance, regardless of time zone; -- Flexibility to link to existing systems - Codesion Professional Edition's custom integrations include Web Hooks for interconnected workflows, LDAP or Active Directory integration and links to popular tools like Basecamp and VersionOne; -- Corporate branding - Clients and providers can work together and with other vendors in a secure, third-party environment, using a branded Web interface, personalized URLs and custom sign-in pages; -- Complete scalability - Ideal for growing teams, Codesion Professional Edition enables users to quickly scale and add unlimited projects on demand and access to additional storage space (standard 2GB/user).
"We've relied on Codesion to handle our hosted source code management needs for the past four years, enabling us to deliver the very highest standards in search and recommendation functionality for the TV," says Tom Weiss, founder and CEO of TV Genius, a UK-based media company. "While we are continually growing as a company, we conduct our business like a major enterprise. With Codesion, we don't skip a beat -- our distributed team of 25 developers working in three different countries and continents experience guaranteed availability and top level support for their source code projects. What attracted us to Codesion Professional Edition in particular was the 24x7 support and advanced redundancy systems, it is ideal for our business."
Pricing of Codesion Professional Edition starts at $16.50 per month, per user. Test drive Codesion Professional Edition at no cost or risk for 30 days by going to: https://app.cvsdude.com/ajax#signup?mode=demo&source=news.
About Codesion, Inc.
Trusted since 2002 by more than 60,000 users worldwide from 66 countries via its customer base of 3,400 companies, Codesion is the worldwide leader in hosted source code management solutions and Subversion hosting. Codesion solutions, suited for small distributed development teams through large enterprises, offers version control, data security and issue tracking systems from a Software as a Service (SaaS) model. Its hosted plans deliver industry-leading scalability, reliability and security for a fraction of the cost of in-house solutions.
Codesion is headquartered in Redwood City, Calif., with research and development in Queensland, Australia. To learn more about Codesion and its hosted offerings, please visit http://codesion.com or call (888) 800-2183.
Codesion is a trademark of Codesion, Inc. in the United States, EU and Australia. All other trademarks and registered trademarks previously cited are the property of their respective owners and are hereby acknowledged.
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