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WebSitePulse Adds More Notification Options

May 2, 2005, WebHosting.Info

Adds Instant Messengers to its existing notification channels and activates new monitoring location in Washington D.C.

WebSitePulse.com, a provider of web-based systems and e-business transactions, announced today the addition of popular Instant Messaging services to its existing notification channels, as well as the activation of a new monitoring location in Washington D.C.

According to the company, Yahoo, MSN, and ICQ messengers were added to the WebSitePulse multi-channel notification system and AOL messenger will be also available within the next few weeks.

The company uses various channels of communication including email, SMS, voice call, numeric pager and SNMP traps to inform customers about the performance of the monitored web-systems and transactions.

Another option added to WebSitePulse Customers' choices is the new monitoring location in Washington D.C. The new choices and the increased convenience come at no additional cost for WebSitePulse Customers.

"Recently, a number of Clients asked us about Instant Messenger-based notifications. We pay close attention to every recommendation or inquiry received from our Customers, and the feedback is a primary factor in our decision-making process. We responded to this need by adding the popular messengers to our multi-channel notification system." said Iavor Marinoff, CEO of WebSitePulse.