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WebSitePulse launches the Industry's first Current Status Add-on for Internet Explorer
December 20, 2007, CRMToday
WebSitePulse, a leading provider of global and independent monitoring and measurement solutions for web systems, web applications, e-business transactions and e-mail infrastructure announced today the release of the Industry's first Current Status Add-on for Internet Explorer.
The Current Status Add-on works inside the browser and provides easy and convenient way for Webmasters and IT managers to receive real-time data about the status of servers, websites and web applications monitored by the WebSitePulse remote monitoring service, while concentrating on other important tasks. It is the Industry's first Add-on compatible with Internet Explorer and is the latest addition to the family of browser add-ons and extensions recently introduced by WebSitePulse.
"Following the tremendous success of our recently introduced Current Status extension for Firefox, the second most popular browser, we have developed and we are now introducing this Add-on with similar functionality and compatibility with Internet Explorer - the most popular browser worldwide", says Iavor Marinoff - CEO of WebSitePulse. "After receiving a lot of positive feedback after the first Firefox extension was released, we belive that this Internet Explorer Add-on, along with other tools we offer, will help our Customers to minimize the effort maintaining 100% online uptime and maximize their e-business profitability" - concludes Marinoff.
With more and more multiple tasks in their hands and less and less time, Webmasters and IT managers require real-time data at their fingertips so they can quickly and easily learn about a problem with their web systems so they can troubleshoot it effectively. The development of specialty tools working inside the browser for real-time data delivery, application monitoring within the browser, instant diagnostic tests and more, is of a strategic importance to WebSitePulse, and will continue over the next years.