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CM4all Sites Launched as the New Site Builder of STRATO AG

Content Management AG, a leading provider of web-based applications, is proud to announce that STRATO will from now on be relying on CM4all Sites for its website builder service. Since the product launch earlier this week, STRATO has been marketing German, French and Dutch language versions of the application under the product name STRATO Homepage-Baukasten Pro. In addition, a SEO edition including STRATO rankingCoach is also available.

"We evaluated the 25 best website building products worldwide. The latest version of CM4all Sites was the only one that met all of our criteria,” explains Dr. Christian Böing, CEO of STRATO AG. “Modern designs to fit any end user device, ease of use, social media integration - it's perfect!"

CM4all Sites delivers numerous innovations, including truly responsive design templates, web fonts and filter effects for background images. Thanks to the application’s Instant Setup Page, an intuitive WYSIWYG editor and CM4all’s widget technology, users at all levels can create sophisticated and professional websites with ease. The built-in features range from contact forms through photo galleries to social media connectivity with Facebook®, Twitter® and Google+™.

During the project phase, CM4all Sites was explicitly tailored to STRATO’s sales strategy and target groups. As a result, STRATO Homepage-Baukasten Pro now includes 460 design templates and a vast selection of website categories. Depending on the purpose of their company, users can now choose from 250 categories in the German product version and from 150 categories in both the French and Dutch product versions.

“We are excited about the new partnership with STRATO, their trust in us and the successful product launch in three European key markets,” says Robert Schovenberg, CEO of Content Management AG. “Thanks to logical development of CM4all Sites’ architecture towards customization and our long-standing expertise in the OEM business, we were able to optimally meet our customer’s requirements and to provide STRATO with a tailor-made website building solution.”

As is standard with all CM4all products, the user interface of CM4all Sites was also adapted to STRATO’s corporate design. CM-AG safeguards the software’s availability with 24/7 support and continuously updates both the operating system and the software application.

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About CM4all:

Robert Schovenberg and Cornel Schnietz founded Content Management AG (CM-AG) in 1999. Headquartered in Cologne, Germany, CM-AG develops and distributes software and infrastructure solutions based on CM4all’s highly scalable technology, which enables the creation, maintenance, and easy updating of desktop and mobile websites.

CM4all’s highly scalable technology is operated in an ASP model. The company's core products are the website building solutions CM4all Sites and CM4all WebsiteCreator, which are adapted for and licensed to individual OEM partners and are available in 25+ languages.

With over three million paying customers worldwide, CM4all is a leading developer of web-based applications for the Internet. CM4all software is currently being distributed worldwide via leading telcos, MSOs, ISPs, and web hosting companies, like 1&1 Internet AG, Arsys Internet S.L., Deutsche Telekom AG, Endurance International Group Inc., Hostpoint AG, Hostway Corporation, NTT Communications, Strato AG, Swisscom AG, Terra Networks S.A., Unitymedia GmbH, and Verio Inc.

For more information please visit www.cm4all.com.

About STRATO:

One of the world’s biggest hosting companies, STRATO is the provider with the best price/performance ratio. STRATO offers professional quality products for individuals and growing businesses at a reasonable price. The product portfolio ranges from domains, email, and hosting packages, to online storage, webshops, servers, and high-end business solutions. Security is STRATO’s first priority, which is backed up by reliability and a constant focus on quality. STRATO operates two TÜV certified data centers handling four million domains from six countries. STRATO is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG.

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