Cloud Centric Systems, Inc. Launches New Module In Its Hosted Service Offering
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LONDON , Jan. 18, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cloud Centric Systems, Inc. (Pink Sheets:CLDR) announces that it has launched its Advanced Disclaimer Management module giving customers access to new features in the Cloud as well as increasing the revenue opportunities for the business.
The new module will allow businesses to remove their onsite software typically used to manage a complex set of disclaimer policies that, for example, allow organisations to comply with government regulations. This software typically is costly to buy, expensive to manage and requires annual subscriptions to update the software to be compatible with the latest mail server technology.
Integrating with an Enterprises’ Active Directory, the businesses user address book and group management, the product will seamlessly link right in to the heart of the business IT system which allows IT Administrators to set Disclaimers based users and domains that are automatically pulled from the local servers at the business.
David Lovatt , CEO of Cloud Centric Systems points out that “the Cloud Centric Systems Disclaimer offering takes away the headache of ensuring that your mail server and disclaimer software are compatible as we add all of the text and graphics in the Cloud. It removes the requirement to manage any onsite software, which reduces the burden on the business of software support from costly technicians.”
Paul Preston , Business Development Director for Cloud Centric Systems stated that. “From our point of view, it allows us to tap into new revenue streams that go a long way to helping us with the ‘Aggressive Revenue Growth’ strategy by going both to a new customer base, but also by taking this module to our existing customer base.”
The product is now available to all existing and new customers of Cloud Centric Systems and will be offered as a 30 day free trial from February 2011 and will start to add revenue figures to the business from March 2011 .