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INetU and Ektron Partner to Implement Fast and Reliable Websites for Their Customers

INetU, the customer centric cloud company for business-critical applications, today announced its partnership with Ektron, a content management and web experience management software provider, to optimize customers’ Ektron deployments and provide them with backup, security and personalized support.

“The goal of the INetU partnership with Ektron is to build cloud solutions that seamlessly integrate with the Ektron platform, delivering high performance and scalable solutions for their customers,” said Dave Fowler, vice president of marketing at INetU. “We look forward to growing this partnership and working with more Ektron customers to achieve optimum performance of their hosting environments.”

The Ektron Content Management platform enables companies to create, deploy and manage enterprise-scale, global, personalized websites. As an Ektron technology partner, INetU works closely with Ektron customers, developers and system integrators to streamline deployments using the optimum configurations of IIS, .NET and Microsoft SQL Server, providing a high performance, scalable solution. INetU also ensures environments are backed up with two weeks of retention and provides a security platform to protect against attacks or intrusions. In addition, INetU provides 24-hour, reliable and pro-active support, helping customers reach the full potential of their Ektron environment.

As a part of their partnership, INetU will be participating as a Gold Sponsor at Ektron’s worldwide customer conference, Ektron Synergy, May 4 - 6, 2014, at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, MA. At the event, they plan to demonstrate how they can help customers and systems integrators moving their websites to the cloud.

“We are delighted that our trusted partner INetU will be able to deliver an important message to the attendees of Ektron Synergy,” said Dan Stroman, VP of Global Alliances at Ektron.Organizations can get the best out of Ektron by leveraging the deep expertise of INetU in the combination of Cloud Strategy with Digital Strategy.”

More information about INetU and the Ektron platform can be found at http://www.inetu.net/solutions/application/ektron.

About Ektron

Ektron Web Content Management software powers corporate websites, intranets, and social communities for thousands of customers across the world. Ektron Digital Experience Management solutions let marketers connect, engage, acquire and retain customers across the Web and in the Cloud. Ektron is headquartered in the greater Boston area with offices in Australia, Singapore, and the United Kingdom.

Ektron customers are leaders in financial services, hospitality, education, healthcare, media and entertainment, technology, non-profit, public sector and manufacturing. For more information: www.ektron.com.

About INetU

Small and medium businesses worldwide rely on INetU, the customer-centric cloud company, to host their business critical applications. Through its individualized approach and service, INetU helps organizations accelerate their business growth and reduce their investment in managing their own IT infrastructure. To learn more about the company’s compliant solutions for e-commerce, healthcare, financial services, SaaS and more, please visit www.INetU.net.

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