Lagrange Systems Offers New Bundle Solution for SMBs
April 07, 2014
Due to advancements in telecommunication and Internet-based technologies, e-commerce business has increased at a rate faster than traditional offline retail. So it is no surprise that entrepreneurs and existing medium-sized businesses are turning to e-commerce as a business opportunity.
Lagrange Systems, a provider of cloud-based Web and application performance software, has introduced the SMB Hosted Solution, a new bundled solution for small- and medium-sized companies that want to power their e-commerce business with affordable, one-stop-shop implementation and management.
Lagrange’s new SMB Hosted Solution is a complete hosting, load balancing, caching, security and consulting bundle for Magento-powered e-commerce. It is available with the price tag (News - Alert) of $1,500 and includes website hosting, CloudMaestro software. It offers significant performance guarantees, giving businesses peace of mind that their investment will pay for itself very quickly.
Lagrange provides enterprise-class software that enables all e-commerce as well as any web application to improve their website’s performance, scalability and availability.
Ed Roberto, Lagrange Systems’ chief executive officer, said in a statement, “With this new bundle, businesses can easily tap into the power of e-commerce with a true all-in-one package that’s extremely cost-effective as well.”
The company’s CloudMaestro software has been designed for organizations where website performance is mission-critical and unplanned downtime is unacceptable. It can automatically scale e-commerce sites quickly and affordably during promotions and busy seasons
Roberto added, “We understand most SMBs don’t have I.T. staffs who continuously oversee their e-commerce environment, yet a slow performing site can cost a business seven percent or more in customer conversions. So by providing the consulting hours, we can ensure 99.999 percent site availability or better and improve page loads by as much as 200 percent while the business focuses on driving more transactions.”
Edited by Alisen Downey
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